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Abbott,  Lyman.     Laicus. 

About,  Edmond.     Man  with  the  broken  ear. 

—  Notary's  nose,  The 

Adams,  H.  C.     Tales  upon  texts. 

Addison,  J-    Westminster  Abbey.    (In  Little  Classics, 

"Life,"  vol.  4). 
Aguilar,  Grace.     Days  of  Bruce,  vol.  I  (2  cop.) 

—  Days  of  Bruce,  vol.  2  (1  cop.) 

—  Home  influence. 

—  Home  scenes. 

—  Woman's  friendship       •  . 
Ainslie.  Herbert  {pseud.)    See  Maitland,  E. 
Aldrich,  Thomas  B.     Prudence  Palfrey. 

—  Queen  of  Sheba  (2  cop.) 

—  Story  of  a  bad  boy.  f 
Alexander,   Mrs.       Heritage  of  Langdale,    Ine 

cop.) 

—  Ralph  Wilton  s  weird. 

—  Wooing  o'  it,  The 
Ames,  Mary  C.     His  two  wives. 
Andersen,  Hans  Christian.     O.  T. 

—  Pictures  of  travel. 

—  Poet's  Bazaar,  The 

—  Two  baronesses,  The 
Arthur.  T.  S.     Home  heroes,  saints  and  martyrs 

—  Six  nights  with  the  Washingtomans. 

—  Ten  nights  in  a  bar-room. 
Auerbach,  Berthold.     Aloys. 

—  Black  Forest  village  stories. 

—  Convict,  The 

—  Edelweiss. 

—  Joseph  in  the  snow. 

—  Landolin. 

—  Little  Barefoot  (2  cop. ) 

—  Poet  and  merchant. 
--  Villa  on  the  Rhine,  vol.  1  (2  cop.) 

—  Villa  on  the  Rhine,  vol.  2  (2  cop.) 

—  Waldfried. 
Austin,  J.     Persuasion. 

—  Pride  and  prejudice. 

—  Sense  and  sensibility. 


B 

Bailey,  J.  M.  (Danbury  News  Man.)     They  all  do  it. 
Baker,  W.  M.     Virginians  in  Texas,  The 
Balzac.  Honoru  de.     Alchemist,  The 

—  Casar  Birotteau. 

—  Eugenie  Grandet. 
Banim,  J-    Rival  dreamers,  The.     (In  Little  Classics, 

"Fortune,"  vol.  12.) 
Banim,  M.     Bit  o'  writing,  The 
-  Mayor  of  Wind  Gap,  The 


Barton,  Kate  C.     Clothilde;  or,  The  secret  of  three 

generations. 
Barham,  R.  H.    Ingoldsby  Legends  (prose  and  verse). 

—  Jerry  Jarvis's  wig.      (In  Little  Classics,  "  Ltfe" 

vol.  4.) 
Bauer,  Miss  C.  (Carl  Detlef).     At  Capri. 
Beecher,  Henry  W.     Norwood.     (2  cop.) 
Benedict,  F.  L.     Madame. 

—  Miss  Dorothea's  charge. 

—  Miss  Van  Kortland. 

—  St.  Simon's  niece.     (2  cop.) 
BentZOn,  T.     Remorse. 

Berger,  C.  (pseud.)    See  Sheppard,  E.  S.  ' 
Besant,  Walter.     By  Celia's  arbor. 
BjomSOD,  Bjomstjerne.     Arne.     (3  cop.) 

—  Fisher  Maiden,  The     (2  cop.) 

—  Happy  Boy,  The 
Black,  0.     Sussex  idyl,  A 

Black,  William.     Daughter  of  Heth,  A 

—  Green  pastures  and  Piccadilly.     (2  cop. ) 

—  In  silk  attire.     (2  cop.) 

—  Kilmeny.     (3  cop.) 

—  Macieod  of  Dare.     (2  cop.) 

—  Madcap  Violet.     (2  cop.) 

—  Princess  of  Thule. 

—  Strange  adventures  of  a  pony  phaeton. 

—  Three  feathers.     (2  cop. ) 
Blackburn,  W.  M.     Geneva's  shield. 
Blackmore,  R-  D.     Alice  Lorraine. 

—  Cradock  Nowell. 

—  Cripps,  the  carrier. 

—  Erema;  or,  my  father's  sin. 

—  Lorna  Doone. 

—  Maid  of  Sker. 

Boniface,  J.   X.  (X.    B.   Saintine).       Picciola;    th« 

prisoner  of  Fenestrella. 
Bowles,  Emily,     In  the  Camargue. 
Boyesen,  H.  H.     Gunnar. 

—  Norseman's  pilgrimage,  A 
Bowra,  H.     Young  wife's  story,  A 
Brachvogel,  A.  E.     Beaumarchais. 
Brackenridge,  H.  H.     Modern  Chivalry. 
Brad  don.  M.  E.     Aurora  Floyd. 

—  Dead  men's  shoes. 
1 1  .stages  to  fortune. 

—  Joshua  Haggard's  daughter. 

—  Lady  Audley's  secret. 

—  Milly  Darrell. 

—  Publicans  and  sinners. 

—  Taken  at  the  flood. 
Bremer,  Fredrika.     Father  and  daughter. 

—  Home,  The 

Bronte,  Annie  (Acton  Bell).  Tenant  of  Wildfell  Hall. 
Bronte,  Charlotte  (Cfurrer  Bed).      See  Nichols,  Mrs. 

C.  B. 


BRONTE. 


CUDLIP. 


Bronte,    Emily   (Ellis  Bell).       Wuthering    Heights. 

(2  COp. ) 

BrOOks,  Shirley.     Silver  cord,  The 

—  Sooner  or  later. 

Broughton,  Rhoda.     Cometh  up  as  a  flower. 

—  Good-bye,  Sweetheart. 

—  Joan.     (2  cop.) 

Brown,  J-  Marjorie  Flemming.  (In  Little  Classics, 
"Children,"  vol.  10;  also,  in  "Spare  Hours," 
vol.  2.) 

—  Rab  and  his  friends.    {In  Little  Classics,  "Life," 

vol.  4;  also,  in  "Spare  Hours,"  vol.  1.) 
Brown,  S.  W.     Rumseller's  daughter,  The 
Buchanan,  R.     Shadow  of  the  sword. 
Buddington,  L.  B.     Can  the  old  love  ? 

Burnand.  F.  C.    Happy  thoughts.    (2  cop. ) 

—  More  happy  thoughts. 
Burnett,  F.  H.     Dolly. 

—  Kathleen.     (2  cop. ) 

—  Pretty  Polly  Pemberton. 

—  That  Lass  o'  Lowries.     (2  cop.) 

—  Theo.     (2  cop.) 

Busk,  R.  H.     Roman  legends. 
Butt,  B.  M.     Eugenie.     (2  cop.) 

—  Miss  Molly. 
Bynner,  E.  L.     Tritons. 

/ 

o 

Caballero,  Fernan  (pseud).     See  Faber,  C.  B.  de 

Calder,  Alma.     Miriam's  heritage. 

Cameron,  Mrs.  H.  L.     Deceivers'  ever. 

Carew.  Rachel,     Tangled. 

Carlton,  W.  Neal  Malone.  (  In  Little  Classics, 
"Laughter,"  vol.  5.) 

Carlton,  Wm.     Willie  Reilly. 

CastletOU,  D.  R.     Salem. 

Cervantes,  Saavedra,  M.  de.  History  of  Don  Quix- 
ote de  la  Mancha. 

Champney,  L.  W.     All  around  a  pallette. 

—  Bourbon  lilies. 

Charles.  Mrs.  E.  R.     Against  the  stream. 

—  Conquering  and  to  conquer. 

—  Cripple  of  Antioch. 

—  Draytons  and  the  Davenants,  The 

—  Martyrs  of  Spain,  The 

—  Mary,  the  handmaid  of  the  Lord. 

—  On  Both  Sides  of  the  Sea. 

—  Sketches  of  christian  life  in  England  in  the  olden 

time. 

—  Tales  and  sketches. 
CharleSWOrth,  M.  L.     Oliver  of  the  mill. 
Cherb'illiez,  Victor.     Count  Kostia.     (2  cop.) 

—  Joseph  Noirel's  revenge. 

—  Prosper. 

—  Samuel  Brohl  and  Company.     (2  cop.) 
Chesebro,  Caroline.     Foe  in  the  household,  The 
■Church,  Mrs.  Ross  (Florence  Marryatt).     Harvest  of 

wild  oats. 

—  Woman  against  woman. 
Churton,  H.     Toinette. 

Clark,  M.  C.     Shakespeare's  heroines. 
Clay,  Bertha  M.     Bitter  atonement,  A 
Clemens,  Hon.  Jeremiah.     Tobias  Wilson. 
Clemens,  8.  L.  (Mark  Twain).      Innocents  abroad ; 
or,  the  new  pilgrim's  progress. 

—  Roughing  it. 

—  and  Warner,C,  D.      Gilded  Age. 
Clifford,  Josephine.     Overland  Tales. 

Olive,  Mrs.  C.     Why  Paul  Ferroll  killed  his  wife. 
Coffin,  R-  B.  (Barry  Gray).     Cakes  and  ale. 
Coleridge,  Sara.     Phantasmion. 
Collins,  Wilkie.     After  dark  ;  and  other  stories. 

—  Antonina;  or,  the  fall  of  Rome. 

—  Armadale. 

—  Basil. 

—  Dead  alive.   The 


Collins  (continued) — 

—  Dead  secret,  The 

—  Frozen  deep,  The 

—  Hide  and  seek. 

—  Law  and  the  lady. 

—  Man  and  wife. 

—  Moonstone,  The     (2  cop.) 

—  My  miscellanies. 

—  New  Magdalen,  The 

—  No  name. 

—  Poor  Miss  Finch.     (2  cop.) 

—  Queen  of  hearts. 

—  Two  destinies,  The 

—  Woman  in  white. 
Oonklin,  C.     Lady  Leonora. 

Corbin,  C.  F.     Rebecca ;  or,  A  woman's  secret. 
Cooper,  J-  Fenimore.     Afloat  and  ashore. 

—  Bravo,  The 

—  Chainbearer,  The 

—  Crater,  The 

—  Headsman,  The 

—  Heidenmauer. 

—  Home  as  found. 

—  Hutted  knoll,  The 

—  Jack  Tier. 

—  Last  of  the  Mohicans. 

—  Le  Feu-Follet. 

—  Lionel  Lincoln. 

—  Mercedes. 

—  Monikins.     (2  cop.) 

—  Ned  Myers. 

—  Pathfinder,  The 

—  Pioneers,  The 

—  Precaution. 

—  Redskins,  The 

—  Red  Rover. 

—  Satanstoe. 

—  Spy,  The         Xv 

—  Two  admirals,  The 

—  Wallingford. 

—  Ways  of  the  hour. 

—  Wept  of  Wish-ton- Wish. 

Craik,  D.  M.  M.  (formerly  Miss  Mulock).      Agatha's 
husband. 

—  Brave  lady,  A 

—  Christian's  mistake.     (2  cop.) 

—  Fair  France. 

—  Hannah. 

—  Head  of  the  family. 

—  Hero,  A 

—  John  Halifax.     (2  cop.) 

—  Laurel  Bush,  The     (2  cop.) 

—  Legacy,  A 

—  Life  for  a  life. 

—  Mistress  and  maid. 

—  My  mother  and  I. 

—  Noble  life,  A     (2  cop.) 

—  Ogilvies,  The    (2  cop.) 

—  Olive. 

—  Rosicrucian,  The    (In  Little  Classics,  "  Mystery," 

vol.  8.) 

—  Sermons  out  of  church. 

—  Studies  from  life.     (2  cop.) 

—  Two  marrrages. 

—  Unkind  word,  The     (2  cop.) 

—  Woman's  kingdom. 

—  Woman's  thoughts  about  woman. 
Craik.  G.  M.     Anne  Warwick. 

—  Hard  to  bear. 

—  Sylvia's  choice. 

Crane,  J.  L.     Two  circuits,  The 
Craven,  Wm.  Augustus.     Anne  Severin. 
Crowe,  Mrs.  C.      Advocate's  wedding  day,  The      (In 
Little  Classics,  "Mystery,"  vol.  8.) 

—  Night  side  of  Nature,  The 

Cudlip,  Mrs.  P.  (Annie  Thomas)    Cross  of  honor  The 

—  No  alternative. 


•CUMMINS. 


ERCKMAN-CHARTRAIN. 


Cummins,  W.  S.     El  Fureidis. 

—  Lamplighter,  The 
Cunningham,  A.     Haunted  ships,  The      (In  Little 

Classics,  "Mystery."  vol.  8.) 

—  King   of  the   Peak.      (In   Little   Classics,  "Ro- 

mance" vol.  J.J 
Curtis,  G.  W.     My  chateaux.      (In  Little  Classics, 
"Life,"  vol.  4. 

—  Potiphar  Papers. 

—  Prue  and  I. 

—  Trumps. 
C/cla  (pseud.)    Pattie  Durant. 

D 

Dande,  Leon.     Blue  blood. 
Dauiet,  Alphonse.     Jack. 

—  Little  good  for  nothing,  The 

—  Nabob,  The 

—  Sidonie. 

Daudet,  Ernest.     Henriette. 
Davi8,  A.  J.     Tale  of  a  physician. 
Davis,  Mrs.  R.  H.     Captain's  story,  The      (In  Lit- 
tle Classics,  "Intellect,"  vol.  2.) 

—  Faded   leaf   of  history,  A       {In  Little  Classics, 

"Childhood"  vol.  10.) 

—  Margaret  Howth. 

—  Waiting  for  the  verdict. 
Davis,  Theodore.     Losing  to  win. 
Daj,  Thomas.     Sandford  and  Merton. 
De  Forest,  J.  W.     Kate  Beaumont. 

—  Lanson  tragedy,  The    {In  Little  Classics,   "Trag- 

edy" vol.  3.) 

—  -  Misss  Ravenel's  conversion. 

—  Overland. 

—  Playing  the  mischief. 

—  Wetherel  affair,  The 
D9  Eroyft,  Mrs.    S.   H.     Little  Jakey.     (In  Little 

Classics,   " Childhood,"  vol.  10.) 
De  Mills,  James.     American  baron.     (2  cop.) 

—  An  open  question. 

—  Comedy  of  errors. 

—  Helena's  household. 
Denison,  M.  A.     Old  Slip  warehouse. 
De  Quincej.  T.     Flight  of  a  Tartar  tribe,       (In  Lit- 
tle Classics,  ' '  Exile, "  vol.  1 . ) 

—  Murder,   considered  as  one  of  the  fine  arts.      {In 

Little  Classics,  "Intellect,"  vol.  2.) 
--  Vision  of  sudden  death,  The      (In  Little  Classics. 

"  Tragedy"  vol.  3.^ 
Despard,  M.     Kilrogan  Cottage. 
D9*fef,  Carl  {pseud.)     See  Bauer,  Miss  C. 
Dickftns,  Charles.     Barnaby  Rudge.     (2  cop.) 

—  Bleak  House. 

—  Child's  dream    of  a   star.       (In  Little  Classics, 

"Childhood,"  vol.  10.) 

—  Christmas  carol,  A      (In  Little  Classics,  "Laugh- 

ter," vol.  $.) 

—  Christmas  stories: 


Contents. 

Nine  new  stories  by  the  Christ- 
mas fire. 
Seven  poor  travelers. 
Wreck  of  the  Golden  Mary. 


{In  Little  Classics,  "Intellect," 


Battle  of  life. 
Chimes . 

Christinas  carol,  A 
Cricket  on  the  hearth, 
Haunted     man  and     glios1 
bargain. 

—  Chops  the  dwarf. 

vol.   2.) 

—  David  Copperfield. 

—  Dombey  and  Son. 

—  Great  expectations. 

—  Holly  Tree  Inn;  and  other  stories. 
\—  Little  Uorrit. 

—  Martin  Chuzzlewit. 

—  Mystery  of  Edwin  Drood.     (2  cop.) 

—  Same,  completed  by  spiritual  agency  through  T. 

P.  James. 

—  New  stories. 
V —  Nicholas  Nlcklebv. 


Dickens  (Continued  J— 
v    —  Old  curiosity  shop. 
!ey —  Oliver  Twist.    -«. 

—  Our  mutual  friend. 

—  Pickwick  and  Catalogue. 

—  Pickwick  papers.     (2  cop.) 

—  Signal  man,  The    (In  Little  Classics,  "Mystery," 
vol.  8.^ 

—  Sketches  by  Boz. 

—  Tale  of  two  cities. 

—  Uncommercial  traveler,  The 

—  Pictures  from  Italy  and  American  notes. 

—  Dictionary. 
Disosway.  E.  T.     South  meadows. 

Disraeli,  B.    Alroy. 

—  Lothair.     (3  cop. ) 

—  Rise  of  Iskander,  The    (In  Little  Classics,  "Love" 
vol.  6.) 

Doe,  C  H.*    Buffets. 

Doestlcks,   Q.  K.   Philander,    P.  B.  (pseud.)      See 

Thompson,  M.  M. 
Dorsay,  Sarah  A.     Mona,  the  vestal.     (2  cop. ) 

—  Norah  Brady's  vow.     (2  cop.) 

—  Panola. 
Douglas,  A.  M.     Home  nook, 

—  Nelly  Kinnard's  kingdom. 
DrOZ,  Gustave.     Around  a  spring. 

—  Babolain.     (2  cop.) 
Dudevant,  A.  L.  A.  D.  (George  Sand. )     Consuelo. 

—  Countess  of  Rudolstadt. 

—  Miller  of  Augibault. 

—  Snow  image,  The 

—  Tower  of  Percemont,  The 
Dumas,  Alex.     (D.)     Bragelonne,  the  son  ofAthos. 

—  Chevalier,  The 

—  Conscript,  The 

—  Count  of  Monte  Christo,  The 

—  Diana  of  Meridor. 

—  Forty-five  guardsmen. 

—  Iron  hand,  The 

—  Iron  mask. 

—  Louise  de  La  Valliere. 

—  Love  and  liberty. 

—  Queen's  necklace,  The 

—  Three  guardsmen,  The 

—  Twenty  years  after.     (2  cop. ) 
Dupuy,  A.  E.     Conspirator,  The 

E 

Ebers,  George.     Daughter  of  an  Egyptian  king. 
Edgeworth,  Maria.     Murad,  the  unlucky.       (In  Lit- 
tle Classics,  "Fortune,"  vol.  8.) 

—  Novels  and  tales.     10  vols. 
Edwards,  Miss  A.  B.     Four-fifteen  express,  The    (In 

Little  Classics,  "Mystery,"  vol.  8.  J 
Edwards,  Mrs.  Annie.    Blue  stocking,  A     (2  cop.) 

—  Estelle. 

—  In  the  days  of  my  youth. 
-Jet. 

—  Ordeal  for  wives. 

—  Ought  we  to  visit  her  ? 

—  Philip  Earnscliffe.     (2 cop.) 

—  Point  of  honor,  A 

—  Vagabond  heroine,  A 
Edwards,  M,  Betham.     Dr.  Jacob. 

—  Sylvestres,  The 

Eggleston,  Edward:     End  of  the  world,  The 
-—Mystery  of  Metropolisville,  The 

—  Roxy. 

Eliot,  George  (pseud.)    See  Lewes,  Mrs.   M.  J. 
Erckman-Chartrain,  MM.    Blockade,  The 

—  Conscript,  The 

—  Great  invasion,  The 

—  Story  of  a  peasant.     (1789.) 

—  Story  of  a  peasant.     (1702.) 

—  Waterloo.     A  sequel  to  the  conscript. 


ERSKINE. 


HARTE. 


Erskine.  Mrs.  T.     Wyncote. 

Estvan,  Mathilde.     Harry  Delaware. 

Evans,  Augusta  J.     See  Wilson,  Mrs.  A.  J. 

Ewing,  Mrs.  J.  H.     Jan  of  the  wind-mill. 

—  Six  to  sixteen. 

Es-Editor  (pseud.)    Mathieu  Ropars.     (2  cop.) 


Faber,  C.  B.  de  (Fernan  Caballero.)     Elia;  or,  Spain 
fifty  years  ago. 

—  La  Gaviota,  the  sea-gull. 

FabfO,  Ferdinandv    Abbe  Tigrane,  The 
Faijeon,  B.  L.     Duchess  of  Rosemary  Lane. 

—  Shadows  on  the  snow. 

—  Solomon  Isaacs. 

Fawcett,  E.     Purple  and  fine  linen.     (2  cop. ) 
Ferguson,  S.     Father  Tom  and  the  Pope.     (In  Lit- 
tle Classics,  "Comedy,"  vol.  9.) 
Fetherstonhaugh,  Hon.  Mrs.     Kingdene. 
Fisher,  F.  E.  (Christian  Reid.)     Bonny  Kate. 

—  Morton  House. 

—  Nina's  atonement. 

—  Summer  idyl,  A 

Flemming,  H.     Cupid  and  the  Sphinx. 
FlemmiBg,  M.  A.     Norine's  revenge. 

—  Sir  Noel's  heir. 

Ford,  Sallie  R.     Earnest  Quest. 
Forestier,  Auber.     Struggle  ior  existence. 
Fothergill,  Jessie.     First  violin,  The 
Fonque,  De  la  Motte.     See  La  Motte-Fonque. 

Fraser-Tytler,  c.  c.    Jonathan. 

—  Mistress  Judith. 

Frazier,  Mrs.     Mosaic  gleanings. 

Fremont,  Mrs.  J.  B.       Story  of  the  guard.       (3  cop.) 

Frere,  M.     Old  Deccan  Days. 

Freytag,  G.    Ingo.    (2  cop.) 

—  Ingraban. 

Fuller,  J.  G.     Brownings,  The 


G 

ffaborian,  Emile.     Clique  of  gold,  The 

—  File  No.  113. 

—  Widow  Lerouge,  The 

—  Within  an  inch  of  his  life. 

Gait,  J.  Haddad-Ben-Ahab,  the  traveler.  (In  Lit- 
tle Classics,  "  Comedy,"  vol.  9.) 

Garrett,  Edward  (and  Ruth)  (pseud.)  See  Mayo, 
Mrs.  J.  R. 

Saskell',  Mrs.  Annie.     Widow  of  Windsor,  A 

—  Wives  and  Widows. 

GaUlier,  Theophile.     Cross  of  Berney,  The 

—  Spirite. 

Gayapre,  Charles  A.     Fernando  de  Lemos. 

Gibeme.  Agnes.     Aimee. 

Gift,  Theodore.     Maid  Ellice. 

Goetbe,  Johann  Wolfgang  von.       Elective  Affinities. 

—  Wilhelm  Meister. 

Goldsmith,  Christabel.     Shiftless  Folks. 
Goldsmith,  Oliver.     Vicar  of  Wakefield. 
Gould,  J.  F.     Marjorie's  quest. 
Gray,  Barry  {pseud.)     See  Coffin,  R.  B. 
Greenf ,  A.  K.     Leavenworth  case,  The 
GreenOUgh,  Mrs.  R.  S.     Arabesques. 

—  In  extremis. 

Greenwood,  J-     Night  in  a  workhouse,  A      (In  Lit- 
tle Classics,    "Exile,"  vol.   1.) 
Greville,  Henry.     Dosia. 

—  Saveli's  expiation. 
Grey,  Alice.     Lily  Huson. 
Griffith,  Cecil.     Victory  Deane. 

Griffin.  G.  Mr.  Tibbet  O'Leary,  the  curious.  {In 
JjiHU  •  OUtstk*,  '*  Laughter"  \o\.  5.) 


—  Swans  of  Lir,  The      (In  Little  Classics,    "Exile," 

vol.  1.) 
Guerrazzi,  Francesco  Domenico.     Beatrice  Cenci. 

—  Manfred. 


H 

Habberton,  John.     Barton  experiment.      (2  cop. ) 

—  Crew  of  the  Sam  Weller. 

—  Helen's  babies.     (2  cop. ) 

—  Jericho  road.     (2  cop.) 

—  Other  people's  children. 
Haderman,  J.  R.     Dead  men's  shoes. 

Hale,  E.  E.     (Frederick  Ingham.)      Children  of  the 
public.   {In  Little  Classics,  "Fortune,"  v.  12.) 

—  G.  T.  T.;  or,  the  wonderful  adventures  of  a  Pull- 

man. 

—  His  level  best ;  and  other  stories. 


Contents; 


Brick  moon. 
Confidence. 
Modem  Sinbad. 
Mouse  and  lion. 


Queen  of  California. 
Tale  of  a  salamander. 
Water  talk. 


How  to  do  it. 

If,  yes  and  perhaps. 


Contents: 


Children  of  the  public. 
Christmas  waits  in  Boston. 
Dot  and  line  alphabet. 
Last  of  the  Florida. 
Last  voyage  of  the  Resolute. 
Man  without  a  country. 


My  double,  and  how  he  undid: 

me.  * 

Old  and  new,  face  to  face 
Piece  of  possible  history,  A 
Skeleton  in  the  closet. 
South  American  editor.  The 


—  In  His  name. 

—  Man  without  a  country.     (In  Little  Classics,  "Ex- 

ile," vol.  I.) 

—  Our  new  crusade. 

—  Philip  Nolan's  friends, 

—  Six  of  one  by  half  a  dozen  of  the  other. 

—  Skeleton  in  the  closet,   The      (In  Little  Classics, 

"Laughter,"  vol.  5.) 

—  Ten  times  one  is  ten;  the  possible  reformation. 

—  What  career.     Ten  papers  on  the  choice  of  a  voca- 

tion and  the  use  of  time. 
Hall,  Mrs.  S.  C.     Sketches  of  Irish  character. 
Hamerton,  Philip  G.     Wenderholme. 
Hamilton,  Mrs.  C.  V.     Crown  from  the  spear,  A 

—  Woven  of  many  threads. 
Harder,  Ludwig.     Family  feud,  A 
Hardy,  T.     Desperate  remedies. 

—  Far  from  the  madding  crowd. 

—  Hand  of  Ethelberta. 

—  Pair  of  blue  eyes,  A 

—  Return  of  the  native,  The 

—  Under  the  greenwood  tree. 

Harland,  Marian,     (pseud.)     See  Terhune,  Mrs.  M. 

V.  H. 
Harris,  Mrs.  S.  S.      (Miriam  Cole.)      Marguerite's 

journal. 

—  Perfect  Adonis. 

—  Richard  Vandemark. 

—  Rutledge. 

—  Sutherlands. 

Hart,  J-  M.      Amazon,  The 

Harte,  F.  Bret.     Condensed  novels.     (2  cop. ) 

—  Luck  of  Roaring  Camp;  and  other  stories. 

Contents: 


Boonder. 

From  a  back  window. 

High  water  mark. 

Idyl  of  Red  Gulch. 

John  Chinaman. 

Lonely  rider. 

Luck  of  Roaring  Camp. 

Man  of  no  account. 


Miggles. 

Mission  Dolores. 

Mliss. 

Notes  by  flood  and  field. 

.Outcasts  of  Poker  Flat. 

Right  eye  of  the  comm  ander. 

Tennessee's  partner. 


—  Luck   of  Roaring   Camp.       (In  Little   Classics, 
"Life,"  vol.  4.  '< 

—  Outcasts  of  Poker  Flat.      {In  Little' Classics,  "Ex- 

ile, vol.    I.  ) 


HARTE. 


7  — 


JOHN. 


Harte  (continued) — 

—  Mrs.  Skaggs'  husbands;  and  other  stories. 
Contents : 


Adventures  of  Padre  Vicentlo. 
Boy's  dog. 

Charitable  reminiscences. 
Christinas'  gift  that  came  to 

Rupert 
Devil  and  the  broker. 
From  a  balcony. 
How  Santa  Clans  came  to 

Simpson's  Bar, 
Iliad  of  Sandy  Bar. 
Legend  of  Devil's  Point. 
Legend  of  Monte  del  Diablo. 
Melons. 

Mr.  Thompson's  prodigal. 
Mrs.  Skaggs'  husbands. 
My  suburban  residence. 

Story  of  a  mine. 
Tales  of  the  argonauts. 


Neighborhood*  I  have  moved 

from. 
Night  at  Wlngdam. 
Ogress  of  Bilverland. 
On  a  vulgar  little  boy. 
Poet  of  Sierra  Flat 
Plincess  Bob  and  her  friends. 
Romance  of  Madrono  Hollow. 
Ruins  of  San  Francisco. 
Seeing  the  stenmei  off. 
BJMwalks, 
Surprising  adventures  of  Master 

Charles  Summerton. 
Venerable  impostor. 
Waiting  for  the  ship. 


Contents  : 


Baby  Sylvester. 
Bpisode  of  Fiddletown. 
Fool  of  Five  Forks,  The 
How  old  man  Plunkett  went 
home. 


Jersey  Centenarian. 

Passages  in  the  life  of  Mr.  John 

Oakhurst. 
Rose  of  Tuolumne. 
Wan  Lee,  the  pagan. 


—  Thankful  Blossom. 
Hartman,  M.     Last  days  of  a  king. 
HartWOOd,  John  Berwick.     Paul  Knox,  pitman. 
Hatton,  Joseph.     Christopher  Kenrick. 
Hawthorn©,  Julian.     Garth. 

—  Idolatry. 

—  Mrs.  Gainsborough's  diamonds. 

Hawthorne,  Nathaniel.     Birthmark,  The    (In  Little 
Classics,   "  Mystery, "  vol.  8.) 

—  Blithdale  romance. 

—  David  Swan,     (In  Little  Classics,  "Life"  vol.  4.) 

—  Dolliver  romance. 

—  Ethan  Brande.  {In  Little  Classics.  "Exile,"  vol.  1.) 

—  Fanshawe. 

—  House  of  the  seven  gables. 

—  Marble  Faun.     (2  vols. ) 

—  Mosses  fiom  an  old  manse.     (2  vols. ) 

—  Our  old  home. 

—  Scarlet  letter. 

—  Septimius  Felton;  or,  the  elixir  of  life. 

—  Snow  image;  and  other  twice  told  tales. 

—  Threefold  destiny.  (In  Little  Classics,  "Fortune," 

vol.  12.) 

—  Twice  told  tales. 

Wakefield.     ( In  Little  Classics,  "Intellect,"  v.  2) 
Hay,  Mary  Cecil.     Arundel  motto. 

—  Back  to  the  old  home. 

—  Nora's  love  test. 

—  Reaping  the  whirlwind. 

—  Squire's  legacy,  The 

—  Victor  vanquished. 
Hazlett,  Ellen.     Glennair. 
Healey.  M.     Storm  driven. 

—  Summer  romance,  A 

Heaven,   Mrs.   S.  M.    (Laura  Preston.)    Aldeane. 

.       (2  cop. ) 
Heme,  Henrich.     Scintillations. 
Helps,  Arthur.     Cassimir  Maremma. 

Ivan  de  Biron. 
Heyse,  Paul.     In  paradise.     (2  vols. ) 
Higginson,  T.  W.      Malbone:  an  Oldport   romance. 
HiUern,  Wilhelmina  Von.     Geier-Wally. 

Only  a  girl. 
Hofer,  E.     Old  countess,  The 
Hoffman,  C.  F.      Man  in  the  reservoir.       {In  Little 

Classics,  "  L{fe,"  vol.  4.) 
Holland,  J-  G.   ( Timothy  Titcomb. ) 
•  —  Bay  .path. 

—  Nicholas  Minturn. 
Sevenoaks. 

Holm,  Saxe  (pseud.).     Stories.   (2  cop. — 1st  series.) 


Dancers,  one  legged. 
Draxy,  Miller-!  dowry. 
Elder's  wife. 
Esther  Winn's  love  letters. 


Contents 


How  one  woman  kept  her 

husband. 
Whose  wife  was  she  t 


Helm  {continued)  — 

—  Stories.     (2d  series. ) 

Contents: 

Farmer  Bassett's  romance.  I        My  Tonrmaline. 

Four  leaved  clover,  A  Susan  Lawton's  escape. 

Joe  Hale's  red  stockings. 

Holmes,  Mrs.  M.  J.     Cousin  Maude  and  Rosamonde* 

—  Darkness  and  daylight. 

—  Dora  Deane. 

—  Edith  Lyle.     (2  cop.) 

—  Edna  Browning. 

—  English  orphans. 

—  Ethelyn's  mistake. 

—  -  Homestead  on  the  hillside  ;  and  other  stories. 

—  Hugh  Worthington. 

—  Lena  Rivers. 

—  Meadow  Brook. 

—  Mildred. 

—  Millbank. 

—  Tempest  and  sunshine. 

—  West  lawn. 

Holmes,  O.  W.     Elsie  Venner.     (2  vol.) 

—  Guardian  angel. 

—  Iris.     {In  Little  Classics,  "  Romance"  vol  7.) 

—  Visit  to  the  asylum  for  aged  and  decayed  punsters. 

{In  Little  Classics,   "  Laug/Uer,"  vol.  5.) 
Holt,  E.  S.     White  Rose  of  Langley. 
Holt,  J-  S.  {Abraham  Page).      What  I  know  about 

Ben  Eccles. 
Hood,  T.     Tylney  Hall. 

—  Works  {complete),  vols.  4,  5  and  6. 
Howard,  Blanche  W.     One  summer.     (2  cop.) 
Howard,  J.     Corry  O'Lanus. 

Howells,  W.  D.     Chance  acquaintance,  A 

—  Counterfeit  presentment. 

—  Foregone  conclusion. 

—  Out  of  the  question. 

—  Romance  of  real  life,  A  {In  Litte  Classics,  "Life" 

vol.  4.). 

—  Their  wedding  journey. 

Howett,  W.    Johnny  Darbyshire.  (In  Little  Classics, 

"  Comedy,v  vol.  9.) 
Hubbard,  D.  J.     Pillone.    (From  Danish  of  Wilhelm 

Bergsoe. ) 
Hughes,  T.     Tom  Brown  at  Oxford.     (2  vols. ) 
Hugo,  V.     Hunchback  of  Notre  Dame. 

—  Jargal. 

—  Man  who  laughs. 

—  Miserables,  Les    (Complete  in  1  vol. ) 

—  Same,  in  5  vols.,  3d  vol.  missing. 


lanthe  (pseud.).     Greek  slave,  The 
Ingelow,  Jean.     Fated  to  be  free. 
—  Off  the  Skelliggs. 


James,  G.  P.  R.     Cavalier,  The 

—  King's  highway. 

James,  Henry.     American,  The 

—  Europeans.  The 

—  Passionate  pilgrim  ;  and  other  stories. 

—  Watch  and  ward. 

Jenkins,  Mrs.  C.     Psyche  of  to-day. 

—  Within  an  ace. 

Jenkins.  Edward.     Devil's  chain,  The 

—  Ginx's  baby. 

—  Little  Hodge. 

—  Lord  Bantam. 

John,  Eugenie  (E.  Marlitt).     At  the  councillor's. 

—  Countess  Gisela. 

—  Gold  Elsie. 

—  Little  moorland  princess. 

—  Old  ma'amselle's  secret. 

—  Second  wife,  The 


JOHNSON. 


MARRYATT. 


Johnson!  S.  History  of  Rasselas,  prince  of  Abyssinia. 
Jolly,  E.     My  son's  wife. 
Jones,  Agnes.     Una,  and  her  paupers. 
Judd,  S.     Margaret. 

Juncker,  E.     Margarethe;  or,  life  problems. 
Judson,  E.  C.     Kathyan  slave,  The     (In  Little  Clas- 
sics,  '•  Tragedy"  vol.  3.) 

K 

Kaufman,  Rosalie.     Forbidden  fruit. 
Kavanagh,  J.     Daisy  Burns. 

—  Dora. 

—  Grace  Lee. 

—  John  Dorrien. 

—  Madeleine. 

—  Seven  years. 

—  Two  lilies. 

Keaiy,  Annie.     Oldbury. 

Kennady,  J.  P.     Rob  o'  the  Bowl. 

Kent,  James.     Sybil  Spenser. 

Kerr,  Orpheus  C.  (pseud.).     See  Newell,  R.  H. 

Kimball,  R.  B.     Henry  Powers,  banker. 

—  Was  he  successful  ? 

King,  Katherine.     Hugh  Melton. 

—  Off  the  roll. 

Kinglake,  E.  W.     Eothen.     (2  cop.) 

Kingley,  Charles.    Brooke's  Fools  of  quality.   (2  vol. ) 

—  Hereward,  the  last  of  the  English. 

—  Hypatia. 

—  Lost  child.      (In  Little   Classics,    "Childhood," 

vol.  10.) 
Kingsley,  Henry.     Hillyards  and  the  Burtons. 

—  Leighton  Court. 
Kip.  Leonard.     Dead  marquise,  The 
Kirkland,  Mrs.  C.  M.      Western  clearings. 


Lamb,  C.      Dissertation  upon  roast  pig.      (In  Little 
Classics,  "Lauglvter,"  vol.   5.) 

—  Dream  children  :  a  reverie.       (In   Little  Classics, 

"Life,"  vol.  4.) 
Lamb,  M.  J.     Spicy. 
Lanier,  Sidney.     Tiger-lilies. 
La  MotteTonque,  Friedrich  Henrich  Karl.     Sintram 

and  his  companions. 

—  Thiodolf,  the  Icelander. 

—  Undine. 

Lawrence,  G.  A.     Guy  Livingstone.     (2  cop.) 

Lawrence.  Mrs.  M.  W.     Esperance. 

Le  rami,  J-  S.     Bird  of  passage. 

Lee,  Holme  (pseud.).     See  Parr,  Miss  H. 

Lee,  Harriet.     Canterbury  Tales.     (3  vols. ) 

Lever,  C.  Lord  Kilgobbin. 

Lewald,  Fanny.     Hulda. 

—  Lake  House. 

Lewes,  Mrs.  M.  J.    (formerly  Miss  Evans.)     (George 
Eliot).     Adam  Bede. 

—  Daniel  Deronda.     (4  cop. ) 

—  Felix  Holt,  the  radical. 

—  Middlemarch.     (3  cop. ) 

—  Mill  on  the  Floss.     (2  cop.) 

—  Romola.     (2  cop.) 

—  Scenes  of  clerical  life. 

—  Silas  Marner. 

Lie,  Jonas.     Pilot  and  his  wife. 

Liefde,  de  J.  B.     Galama ;  or,  the  beggars. 

Lincoln,  A.    Gettysburg.    (In  Little  Classics,  "Life  " 

vol.  4.) 
Lmdau,  Rudolph.     Cordon  Baldwin. 

—  Liquidated. 

—  Philosopher's  dilemma. 

—  Seer,  The 

Lynton,  E.  Lynn.     From  dreams  to  waking. 

—  Misericordia. 


Locke,  D.  R.  (Petroleum  V.  Nasby.)  Morals  of  Abou 
Ben  Adhem. 

—  Nasby.     Divers  views,  opinions  and  prophecies.  " 
Lockhart,  L.  W.  M.     Mine  is  thine. 
Longstreet,  A.  B.     Georgia  scenes. 

Loring,  F.  W.     Two  college  friends. 
Lover,  S.      Barney  O'Reirdon,  the  navigator.       (In 
Little  Classics,   "Comedy,"  vol.  9.) 

—  Fairy  finder,  The.    (In Little  Classics,  "Fortune,'" 

vol.  12.) 

—  Gridiron,   The      (In  Little  Classics    "Comedy," 

vol.  9.) 
Lowell,  Robert.     Stories  from  a  Dutch  town. 
Lowell,  R.  R.  S.     Raft  that  no  man  made,  The    (In 

Little  Classics,   "Mystery,"  vol.  8.) 
Lytton,  E.  G.  E.  L.  B.  (Lord).     Alice. 

—  Coming  race,  The 

—  Devereux. 

—  Ernest  Maltravers. 

—  Eugene  Aram. 

—  Godolphin. 

—  Harold. 

—  Maid  of  Malines,  The     (In  Little  Classics,  "Love," 

vol.  6.) 

—  My  novel.     (2  vols.) 

—  Parisians,  The 

—  Paul  Clifford. 

—  Pausanias,  the  Spartan. 

—  Pelham. 

—  Pilgrims  of  the  Rhine. 

—  Rienzi. 

—  Strange  story,  A 

—  What  will  he  do  with  it.     (2  vols.) 

—  Zanoni. 


M 


Macaulay,  T.  B.     The  Puritan.     (In  Little  Classics, 

"Life,"  vol.  4.) 
McCarthy,  Justin.     Dear  Lady  Disdain. 

—  Fair  Saxon,  A 

—  Linley  Rocheford. 

—  Miss  Misanthrope. 

—  Modern  leaders. 

—  Paul  Massic. 

Mac  Donald,  Fredrika.     Nathaniel  Vaughan. 
Macdonald,  George.     Adela  Cathcarte. 

—  Alec  Forbes  of  Howglen. 

—  Annals  of  a  quiet  neighborhood. 

—  At  the  back  of  the  north  wind. 

—  Malcolm. 

■ —  Marquis  of  Lossie,  The 

—  Portent,  The 

—  Ronald  Bannerman's  boyhood. 

—  Robert  Falconer. 

—  Seaboard  parish,  The 

—  St.  George  and  St.  Michael.     (2  cop.) 
MdntOSh,  M,  J.     Lofty  and  the  lowly,  The     (2  vols.) 
McKeerer,  H.  B.     Maude  and  Miriam. 
Mackenzie,  H.     Story  of  La  Roche,  The     (In  Little 

Classics,  "  Tragedy,"  vol.  3.) 
McLain,  M.  W.  Wedding  garments. 
Maccruoid,  Katherine  S.     Charming  widow. 

—  Fisherman  of  Ange,  The 

Maitland,  Edward  (Herbert  Ainslie).     By-and-by. 

Maiendie,  Lady  M.     Giannetto. 

Mallary,  M.  J.     Horace  Wilde. 

Mallock,  M.  H.     New  Paul  and  Virginia,  The 

—  New  republic,  The 

Manning,  A.     Household  of  Sir  Thomas  More. 

—  Jaques  Bonneral.     (2  cop.) 

—  Maiden  and  married  life  of  Mary  Powell. 
Marlitt,  E.  (pseud.)    &>e  John,  E. 

Marryatt,   Florence   (pseud.).       See   Church,   Mrs. 
Ross. 


MARRYATT. 


—  9 


PULLEN. 


Marryatt,  Frederick.     Children  of  the  new  forest. 

—  Japhet  in  search  of  a  father. 

—  Midshipman  Easy. 

—  Newton  Forster. 

—  Peter  Simple. 

—  Poacher,  The 

Mason,  Mrs.  James.  All  about  Edith. 
Maswell,  Cecil.  Story  of  three  sisters. 
Mays,  Mrs.  J.  R.  (Edward  Garrett).    By  still  waters. 

—  Crooked  places. 

—  Dead  sin  ;  and  other  stories. 

—  Dozing  and  dreaming. 

—  Gold  and  dross. 

—  Occupation  of  a  retired  life. 

—  Premiums  paid  to  experience. 

—  Quiet  Miss  Godolphin. 

—  White  as  snow. 

Mayo,  W.  S.     Berber,  The 
--  Kalorah. 

Meigs,  C.  D,     Typhainis  Abbey. 
Melville,    Hermann.      Bell   tower,  The      (In  Little 
Classics,  "  Tragedy,"  vol.  3.) 

—  Mardi :  a  voyage  thither. 

—  Moby  Dick ;  or,  the  whaler. 

—  Redburn. 

— White  jacket. 

Meredith,  George.     Evan  Harrington. 

Miller,  H.      Sandy   Woods'   sepulchre.      (In   Little 

Classics,  "Laughter,"  vol.  5.) 
Mitchell,  D.  G.      Bachelor's   reverie,  A    (In   Little 
Classics,   "  Life,"  vol.  4. ) 

—  Seven  stories,  with  basement  and  attic. 
Mitford,  A,  B.     Forty-seven  Ronins,  The    (In  Lit- 
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Molesworth,  Mrs.  (Ennis  Graham).      Heathercourt. 
Montgomery,  Florence.     Clifton  Picture,  The 

—  Seaforth. 

—  Thwarted. 

Moran,  Michael.     Zozimus  papers,  The 
More,  Hannah.     Works. 

—  Cselebs  in  search  of  a  wife. 

—  Tales  and  allegories. 
Mortimer,  C.  B.     Marrying  by  lot. 

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Mugge,  Theodore.     Afraja. 

Muhlbach,  Louise  (pseud.).     See  Mundt,  Mrs.  C. 
Mulock,  D.  M.     See  Craik,  Mrs.  D.  M.  M. 
Mumford,  Mary  E.     Hila  Dart. 
Mundt,  Mrs.  Clara  (Midler).     (L.  Muhlbach). 

—  Andreas  Hofer,     (2  cop.) 

—  Berlin  and  Sans-Souci. 

—  Count  Mirabeau. 

—  Daughter  of  an  empress. 

—  Empress  Josephine. 

—  Frederick  the  Great  and  his  court. 

—  Frederick  the  Great  and  his  family. 
• —  Goethe  and  Schiller. 

—  Henry  VIII  and  his  court. 

—  Louisa  of  Prussia  and  her  times. 

—  Merchant  of  Berlin. 

—  Mohammed  Ali  and  his  house. 

—  Napoleon  and  Bliicher. 

—  Napoleon  and  the  Queen  of  Prussia. 

—  Old  Fritz. 

—  Prince  Eugene  and  his  times. 
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N 

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NeweU,  R.  H.  (Orpheus  C.  Kerr).     Smoked  glass. 
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Neville,  C.  M.     Behind  the  arras. 


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—  Professor,  The 

—  Shirley.     (2  cop.) 

—  Vilette.     (2  cop.) 

Noel,  Lady  A.  M.     Owen  Guinnes'  great  work. 
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o 

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"Mystery,"  vol..  8.) 
Oliphant,  Mrs.  M.  O.  W.  (Margaret  Maitland).     At 

his  gate. 

—  Carita. 

—  Perpetual  curate,  The 

—  Primrose  path,  The     (2  cop.) 

—  White-ladies. 

—  Young  Musgrave. 

Orrid,  Meta.     Honor's  worth;  or,  the  cost  of  a  vow. 

Otis,  Belle.     Diary  of  a  milliner. 

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Owen,  Ashford.     Lost  love,  A 

Owen,  Geo.  W.     Leech  club,  The     (2  cop.) 


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Palgrave.  W.  G.     Herman  Agha. 
Pardon,  G.  F.     Tales  from  the  opera. 
Pair,  H.  (Holme  Lee.)     Kathie  Brande. 

—  Sylvan  Holt's  daughter. 
Parr,  Louisa.     Hero  Carthew. 
Paulding,  J.  R.     Dutchman's  fireside,  The 
Payn,  James  (pseud.).     See  Sauzade,  J.  S. 
Peard,  F.  M.     Rose  Garden. 

—  Unawares. 

Pennot,  Rev.  Peter.     Achsah. 
Perkins,  F.  B.     Devil-puzzlers. 
Perry,  Alice.     Esther  Pennefeather. 
Phelps,  Mrs.  E.  S.     Gates  ajar,  The. 

—  Hedged  in.     (2  cop.) 

—  Lady  of  Shalott.      (In  Little  Classics,    "  Child- 

hood," vol.  10.) 

—  Men,  women  and  ghosts. 

—  Silent  partner,  The 

—  Story  of  Aris,  The 

Phillip,  Mrs.  H.     Above  her  station. 

Phillips,  Barnet.     A  struggle. 

Pinkerton,  Allan.     Claude  Melnotte  as  a  detective  ; 

and  other  stories. 
Poe,  E.  A.      Fall  of  the  house  of  Usher,  The      (In 

Little  Classics,   "Intellect,"  vol.  2.) 

—  Gold  bug,  The      (In  Little  Classics,   "  Fortune" 

vol.  12.) 

—  Murders  in  the  Rue  Morgue.      In  Little  Classics. 

"  Tragedy,"  vol.  3.) 
Pomeroy,  M.  M.  (Brick).     Nonsense.     (2  cop.) 
Porter.  Mrs.  A.  E.     Cousin  Polly's  gold  mine. 

—  Married  for  both  worlds. 
Porter,  A.  M.     Recluse  of  Norway. 
Porter,  J.     Scottish  chiefs. 

—  Thaddeus  of  Warsaw. 
Prentiss,  Mrs.  E.     Aunt  Jane's  hero. 

—  Pemaquoid. 

—  Stepping  heavenward. 
Pressense,  Madame.     Theresa's  journal. 
Preston,  Laura  (pseud).     See  Heaven,  Mrs.  S.  M. 
Preston,  H.  M.     Love  in  the  XIX  century. 
Pullen,  II-  W.     Dame  Europa's  school. 

—  Tom  Pippin's  wedding. 


RAME. 


IO 


SOUTHWORTH. 


R 

Bame,  L.  de  La  (Ouida).     Ariadne.  (2  cop.) 

—  Bebee;  or,  two  little  wooden  shoes. 

—  Chandos. 

—  Cecil  Castlemaine's  gage. 

—  Dog  of  Flanders.  (In  Little  Classics,  "Childhood" 

vol.  10.) 

—  Folle-Farine. 

—  Friendship. 

—  Idalia. 

—  Pascarel. 

—  Signa. 

—  Under  two  flags. 

—  Winter  city,  A 
Randolph,  Mrs.     Gentianella, 
Ran,  H.     Mozart:  a  biographical  romance. 
Rajne,  Mrs.  L.  M.     Against  fate. 
Reade,  Chas.     Box  tunnel,  The.     In  Little  [Classics, 

"  Comedy,"  vol.  9.) 

—  Christie  Johnstone. 

—  Cloister  and  the  hearth. 

—  Coming  man,  The 

—  Eighth  commandment. 

—  Foul  play. 

—  Good  fight;  and  other  stories. 

—  Griffith  Gaunt;  or,  jealousy. 

—  It  is  never  too  late  to  mend. 

—  Jilt,  The 

-  Love  me  little,  love  me  long. 
--■-  Peg  Woffington.     (2  cop.) 

Simpleton,  A 

—  Terrible  temptation,  A 

—  Very  hard  cash.     (2  cop.) 

—  Wandering  heir,  The 

—  White  lies. 

-  Woman-hater,  The 
Reid,  Christian  (pseud.),     See  Fisher,  F.  E. 
ReUter,  F.     Seedtime  and  harvest. 
Rejbaud,  Mrs.  C.     Goldsmith's  wife,  The 
Reynolds,  Geo.  W.    Joseph  Wilmot. 

—  Banker's  daughter  (a  sequel  to  the  above). 
Riddle,  A.  G.     Alice  Brand. 
Richter,  J.  P.  F.     Titan  :  a  romance. 
Ritchie,  Anna  C.     Fairy-fingers,     (2  cop.) 
Roche,  Regina  M.     Children  of  the  abbey. 
Roe,  A.  S.     Cloud  on  the  heart. 
Roe,  E.  P.     Barriers  burned  away. 

—  From  jest  to  earnest. 

—  Knight  of  the  XIX  century,  A 

—  Near  to  nature's  heart. 

—  Opening  of  the  chestnut  burr. 

—  Play  and  profit  in  my  garden. 
Rhodes,  W.  H.      "  Caxton's"  book. 
Roosevelt,  R.  B.     Progressive  petticoats. 
Roqnette,  Otto.     Curate  of  Orsieres. 
Boy.  G.     Generalship  ;  or,  how  I  managed  my  hus- 
band. 

Bnskin,  J.      King  of  the  golden  river.       (In  Little 
Classics,  "  Childhood,"  vol.  10.) 


s 

St.  Andre,  G.  de.     Madame  Pompadour's  carter 

Saint-Hilare,  E.  R.     Tales  from  Alsace. 

Saint  Pierre,  J.  H.  B.     Paul  and  Virginia. 

Saintine,  X.  B.   (pseud.).     See  Boniface,  X.   B. 

Sala,  G.  A.     Quite  alone. 

Sand,  George  (pseud.).     See DuHevant.  A.  L.  A.  D 

Sandham.  Miss.     Twin  sisters,  The 

Saunders,    H.       Haunted    crust,  The      (In     Little 

Classics,   ''Laughter,"  yol.  5.) 
Saunders,  J.     Israel  Mort  Overman. 
Saunders,  K.    High  mills,  The 
Sauzade,  J.  S.  (James  PaynJ.     Fallen  fortunes. 
—  Garret  Van  Horn. 


Sauzade  (continued) — 

—  Less  black  than  we're  painted. 

—  Married  beneath  him. 

—  Walter's  word. 

Savage,  M.  J.     Bluffton;  a  story  of  to-day 
Scott,  Sir  W.     Abbott,  The 

—  Annie  of  Geierestein. 

—  Antiquary,  The     (2  cop.) 

—  Betrothed,  The     (2  cop.) 

—  Black  dwarf. 

—  Bride  of  Lammermoor. 

—  Castle  Dangerous.     (2  cop. ) 

—  Chronicles  of  the  Cannongate.     (1st  series  ) 

—  Count  Robert  of  Paris.     (2  copies.) 

—  Fair  maid  of  Perth.     (2  cop.) 

—  Fortunes  of  Nigel. 

—  Guy  Mannering.     (2  cop. ) 

—  Heart  of  Mid  Lothian. 

—  Highland  widow. 

—  Ivanhoe. 

—  Kenilworth 

—  Laird's  jock,  The 

—  My  Aunt  Margaret's  mirror.     (2  cop  ) 

—  Old  Mortality.     (2  cop.)  * 

—  Peveril  of  the  peak.     (2  cop. ) 

—  Quentin  Durward.     (2  cop.) 

—  Red  gauntlet.     (2  cop.) 

—  Rob  Roy. 

—  St.  Ronan's  well.     (2  cop.) 

~SUI?OTek    daUghtCr    (2  C°P-)'    and    Glossary    to 

—  Talisman,  The     (2  cop.) 

—  Tapestried  chamber,  The 

—  Two  drovers,  The     (2  cop.) 

—  Waverley.     (2  cop.) 

—  Woodstock.     (2  cop.) 
ficudder,  Jr.,  M.  L.     Almost  an  Englishman 
Sedgwick,  Miss  C.     Hope  Leslie.     (2  vols. ) ' 

—  Linwoods,  The     (2  vols. ) 

—  Married  or  single.     (2  vols. ) 
Seemuller,  A.  M.  C.     Reginald  Archer. 
Sewell,  E.  M.     Glimpse  of  the  world,  A 
Sewell,  W.     Laneton  parsonage.     (2  vols  ) 

—  Margaret  Percival.     (3  vols.— 2  cop.) 
Seympur,  M.  H.     Emma's  engagement. 
Schmidt,  Herman.     Habermeister,  The'    (2  con  \ 
Schwartz,  M.  S.     Gerda.  ^  cop.; 
Shelley,  Mary  W.     Frankenstein. 
Sheppard,  E.  S.  (E.  Berger).     Charles  Anchester 
Shuman,  H.     Loves  of  a  lawyer. 
Sigourney,  Mrs.     Lucy  Howard's  journal. 
Sinclair,  C.     Jane  Bouverie. 
S.  M.  E.  W.     Sarcasm  of  destiny,  The 
Smith,  Alexander.     Alfred  Hogart's  household 

—  Dreamthorp.     (In  Little  Classics,  "  Life  "  vol    a  \ 
-  Miss  Oona  McQuarrie.  4>) 

Smith,  H.      Picnic  party,  The      (In  Little  Classic,  ■ 
Comedy,    vol .  9. )  ' 

Smith,  H.  S.  (Hesba  Stretton).     Brought  home 

—  Through  a  needle's  eye. 
Smith.  J.  E.     Oakridge. 
Smith,  Julia  P.     Chris  and  Otho. 

—  Courting  and  farming. 

—  Widower,  The 

—  Widow  Goldsmith's  daughter. 

Sola  (pseud.).     American  girl,  and  her  four  years  in 

a  boys'  college. 
Sommers,  Jane  R.     Heavenward  led. 
Southworth,  Mrs.  E.  D.   E.   N.     Artist's  love ;  and 

other  stories. 
--  Beautiful  fiend,  A 

—  Bride's  fate. 

—  Bride  of  Llewellyn. 

—  Curse  of  Clifton,  The 

—  Fair  play. 

—  Family  doom. 


SOUTHWORTH. 


I  I 


VERNE. 


Southworth  {continued) — 

—  Fatal  marriage. 

—  Haunted  homestead.     (2  cop.) 

—  Ishmael ;  or,  in  the  depths. 

—  Lady  of  the  isle. 

—  Lost  heiress,  The 

—  Maiden  widow. 

—  Miriam,  the  avenger. 

—  Mystery  of  Dark  Hollow . 

—  Noble  lord,  A 

—  Phantom  wedding. 

—  Prince  of  darkness. 

—  Retribution. 

—  Self-raised  ;  or,  from  the  depths. 

—  Two  sisters. 

—  Victor's  triumph. 

—  Vivia  ;  or,  the  secret  of  power. 
Spielhagen,  F.     Problematic  characters. 

—  What  the  swallow  sang. 
Spofford,  H.  E.  P.     Azarian  :  an  episode. 

—  D'outre  mort.      (In  Little  Classics,  "Intellect," 

vol.  2.) 

—  Ray.     (In  Little  Classics,  "  Heroism,"  vol.  II.) 

—  South  breaker,  The     (In  Little  Classics,    "Ro- 

mance," vol.  7.)   - 

—  Thief  in  the  night. 

Btael-Holstein,  A.  L.  G.  N.     Corinne;  or,  Italy. 
Stephens,  Mrs.  A.  S.     Doubly  false. 

—  Fashion  and  famine. 

—  Gold  brick,  The 

—  Lord  Hope's  choice. 

—  Married  in  haste. 

—  Mary  Derwent. 

—  Noble  woman,  A 

—  Norston's  rest. 

—  Old  countess,  The 

—  Palaces  and  prisons. 

—  Reigning  belle,  The    (2  cop.) 

—  Rejected  wife. 

—  Soldier's  orphans.  • 

—  Treason  at  home. 
Sterne,  L.     Works. 

Contents: 

Sentimental  journey.  |  Tristam  Shandy. 

Stirling.  M.  C.     True  man,  A    (In  same  cover  with 

"  Young  Musgrave,"  etc.,  etc.) 
Stoddard,  E.  D.  B.     Temple  house. 
Stowe,  Mrs.  H.  E.  B.     Agnes  of  Sorrento. 

—  Chimney  corner,  The 

—  Mayflower ;  and  miscellaneous  writings. 

—  My  wife  and  I. 

—  Nina  Gordon. 

—  Oldtown  fireside  stories. 

—  Oldtown  folks. 

—  Pink  and  white  tyranny.     (2  cop.) 

—  Uncle  Tom's  cabin. 

—  We  and  our  neighbors.     ( 2  cop. ) 
StreckfttSS,  Adolph.     Too  rich. 

Strdtton.  Hesba  ypseud.).     See  Smith,  H.  S. 
Itretton,  J.  C.     Rector's  wife,  The 
Sue,  Eugene.     Mysteries  of  Paris. 

—  Wandering  Jew. 


Tautphoeus,  I.  M.  von.     At  odds. 

Taylor,  B.  F.      Three  November  days.        (In  Little 

Classics,  "Heroism,"  vol.  2.) 
Taylor,  (J.)  B.     Joseph  and  his  friend. 
Taylor,  C.  B.     Legends  and  records. 
Tenney,  E.  P.     Agamenticus. 
Terhune,  Mrs.  M.  V.  H.  (Marian  Harland).    Alone. 

—  At  last. 

—  Col.  Floyd's  wards. 

—  Empty  heart. 

—  Hidden  path. 

—  Husks. 


Terhune  (continued) — 

—  Jessamine. 

—  Nemesis. 

—  Ruby's  husband. 

Thackeray,  Miss  A.  I.     Bluebeard's  keys. 

—  Old  Kensington. 

—  Story  of  Elizabeth. 

Thackeray,  W.  M.  (Michael  Angelo  Titmarsh)  Ad- 
ventures of  Philip  on  his  way  through  the 
world.     (2  cop.) 

—  Bluebeard  ghost.     (In  Little  Classics,  "Comedy," 

vol.  9. 

—  Denis  Duval.     (2  cop. ) 

—  Essays  from  the  London  Times. 

—  History  of  Henry  Esmond,  Esq. 

—  History  of  Pendennis.     (2  cop. ) 

—  Lovel,  the  widower. 

—  Luck  of  Barry  Lyndon. 

—  Miscellanies,     (vols.  I,  2,  3,  4  and  5.) 

—  Mr.  Brown's  letters  to  a  young  man  about  town. 

—  Newcomes,  The 

—  Vanity  Fair.     (4  cop. ) 

—  Virginians,  The 
Theuriet,  Andre    Antoinette. 

—  Gerard's  marriage. 

—  Godson  of  a  marquis. 

—  House  of  the  two  Barbels. 

—  John-a-dreams. 

—  Raymonde. 

Thomas,  Annie  (pseud.).     See  Cudlip.  Mrs.  P. 
Thompson,  W.  T.     Major  Jones'  courtship. 
Thompson,  M«  (Doesticks).      Elephant  Club,  The 

—  Plu-ri-bus-tah. 

Tolstay,  Count  Leo.     Cossacks,  The 
Townsend,  Virginia.     Deerings  of  Medbury,  The 
Trollope,  A.     Can  you  forgive  her  ? 

—  Chronicles  of  Barset. 

—  Eustace  diamonds,  The 

—  Framley  parsonage. 

—  Golden  lion  of  grandpere. 

—  Is  he  Popenjoy? 

—  Lady  Anna. 

—  Lady  of  Launay. 

—  Lotta  Schmidt. 

—  Phineus  Redux. 

—  Prime  minister,  The 

—  Ralph,  the  heir. 

—  Three  clerks,  The 
Trollope,  Mrs.  F.  E.     Mrs.  Jack. 
Trollope,  T.  A.     Diamond  cut  diamond. 

—  Lindisfarn  Chase. 
Trowhridge,     Coupon  bonds. 
Turgenieft  I.  S.     Dimitri  Roudine. 

—  Liza. 

—  On  the  eve. 

—  Smoke. 

—  Spring  floods. 

—  Virgin  soil. 

Twain,  Mark  (pseud.).     See  Clemens,  S.  L. 

u 

Uhlbach,  Louis.     Madame  Gosselin.     (2  cop.) 


Vaughat),  Frank.     Kate  Wetheral. 
Ver  Mehr,  J.  L.     Checkered  life. 
Verne,  Jules.     Adventures  in  the  land  of  the  behe- 
moth. 

—  Around  the  world  in  eighty  days. 

—  At  the  north  pole. 

—  Desert  of  ice.     (2  cop.) 

—  Dr.  Ox. 

—  Hector  Servadac. 

—  In  search  of  the  castawavs. 


VERNE. 


12 


ANONYMOUS. 


Vera©  {continued)  — 

—  Journey  to  the  north  pole,  A 

—  Mysterious  island. 

—  Off  on  a  comet.  « 

—  Twenty  thousand  leagues  under  the  sea.     (2  cop.) 


w 

Walker,  Mrs.  E.  A.      Total  depravity  of  inanimate 
things.     {In  Little  Classics,  "Laughter,"  v.  5./ 
Wallace,  L.     Fair  god;  or,  the  last  of  the  'Tzins. 
Ware,  W.     Zenobia;  or,  the  fall  of  Palmyra. 
Warfield,  Mrs.  C.  A.     Cardinal's  daughter. 

—  Household  of  Bouverie. 

—  Sea  and  shore. 

Warner,  Annie  [and  Susan).     Gold  of  Chickaree. 
Warner,  Susan  {Elizabeth  Wetherell).     Daisy. 

—  Diana. 

—  Melbourne  House.     (2  vols.) 

—  Old  helmet. 

—  Opportunities. 

—  Pine  needles. 

—  Queechy. 

—  Trading. 

—  What  she  could. 

Warren,  S.  Adventures  of  an  attorney  in  search  of 
practice.  "~ 

Washburn,  K..  S.     Perfect  love  casteth  out  fear. 

Washburn,  W  T.     Fair  Harvard. 

Webb,  J-  W.  Life  and  adventures  in  the  Rocky 
Mountains.     (2  vols.)  . 

Werner,  Ernest.     Vineta. 

Westcott,  M.     Bessie  Wilmerton. 

Wetherell,  Elizabeth  (pseud.).     See  Warner,  Miss  S. 

Wheaton,  Campbell.     Six  sinners. 

Whitcher,  F.  M.     Widow  Bedott  papers. 

Whitney,  Mrs.  A.  D.  T.     Faith  Gartney's  girlhood. 

—  Hitherto. 

v> — Patience  Strong's  outings.     (2  cop.) 

—  Real  folks.     (2  cop. ) 

—  Sights  and  insights.     (2  vols.) 

—  Summer  in  Leslie  Goldthwaite's  life,  A 

—  We  girls;  a  love  story. 

—  Zerab  Throop's  experiment. 
Whittaker,  Fred.     Cadet  button,  The 
Wichert,  Ernst.     Green  gate,  The 

Willis,  N.   P.      Beauty   and  the   beast.      (In   Little 

Classics,    "  Life,"  vol.  4.) 
Wilson,  Mrs.  A.  J.  (formerly  Miss  Evans).      Inez. 

—  Infelice. 

—  St.  Elmo. 

—  Vashti. 

Wilson,  J-     Snow-storm,  The     (In  Little   Classics, 

"Romance,"  vol.  7.) 
Wilson,  J.  M.  (Ed.)    Tales  of  the  Borders.    (10  vols.) 
Winthrop,  Theodore.     Canoe  and  saddle. 

—  John  Brent. 

—  Love  and  skates.      (In  Little  Classics,   "Love" 

vol.   6.) 
Wood,  G.     Gates  wide  open,  The 
Wood,  Mrs.  H.     Bessie  Rane. 

—  Dene  hollow. 

—  East  Lynne. 

—  Edina. 

—  George  Canterbury's  will. 

—  Life's  secret,  A 

—  Master  of  Greylands. 

—  Mildred  Arkell. 


Woolson,  C.    F.      Castle   Nowhere;    lake     country 

sketches. 
Wright,  D.  T.     Mrs.  Armington's  ward. 


Yelverton,  Mrs.  T.   L.     Zanita;  a  tale  of  the   Yo- 

semite. 
Yorke,  Stephen.     Cleveden. 

Anonymous. 

Afteiglow.     (In  " No  Name"  series.) 

Arab  wife,  The 

Asphodel. 

Benoni  Blake,  M.  D.  (By  author  of  "Peasant  life 
in  the  north") 

Comin'  thro'  the  rye. 

Earnest  Carroll. 

Four  irrepressibles;  or,  the  tribe  of  Benjamin. 

Gain  of  a  loss,  The 

Gemini.     (In  "  No  Name"  series.) 

Golden  butterfly,  The  (By  the  author  of  "Ready- 
money  Mortiboy") 

Great  match,  The     (In  "No  Name  "  series.) 

Healey  :  a  romance. 

Hetty  S  strange  story.     (In  "  No  Name  "  series.) 

His  grandmothers. 

His  heart's  desire. 

Is  that  all?     (In  "No  Name"  series.) 

Justinee's  lovers.     (3  cop.) 

Kismet.     (In  "No  Name"  series.)     (2  cop.) 

Leather  stockings  and  silk. 

Life's  lottery. 

Lifting  the  veil. 

Links  in  Rebecca's  life. 

Mag:  a  story  of  to-day. 

Man  who  was  not  a  colonel,  The 

Marmome.     (In  "  No  Name  "  series.) 

Mercy  Philbrick's  choice.     (In  "'No  Name  "  series.) 

Mirage.     (In  " NoName"  series.)     (2  cop.) 

Mishaps  of  Mr.  Ezekiel  Pelter. 

Mr.  Ghim's  dream. 

Modem  Mephistopheles.      (In  "  No  Name  "  series.) 

Modem  Minister.     (2  vols.) 

My  intimate  enemy. 

My  little  lady. 

Paragreens  on  a  visit  to  the  Paris  exposition,  The 

Pique. 

Queen's  favorite,  The 

Ready-money  Mortiboy.      (By  author  of  "Golden 

butterfly.") 
Records  of  an  obscure  man. 
Rose  Douglas. 
Rothmell.    (By  author  of  "  That  husband  of  mine.") 

Sun-maid,  The 

That  husband  of  mine.     (By  author  of  "Rothmell.") 

That  horrid  girl. 

That  wife  of  mine. 

Tom's  wife. 

Two  tales  of  married  life. 

Very  young  couple,  A  (By  author  of  "Mrs.  Jerning- 

ham,s  journal." 
Ward  or  wife. 
Winter  story,  A 
With  harp  and  crown. 
Wolf  at  the  door,  The     (In  "  No  Name  "  series.) 


ABBOTT. 


—    13  ~ 


ALCOTT. 


JUVENILE. 


A.  L.  0.  E.  (pseud.).     See  Tucker,  Mrs  C. 
Abbott,  Jacob.      Harpers' story   books.       (12  vols.) 
(  Vols.  1,  6  and  8  missing. ) 


Carl  and  Jocko,  vol,  10. 
Congo,  vol.  13. 
Engineer,  vol.  7, 
franklin,  vol.  4. 
•Great  elm,  The,  voL  9. 


Judge  Justin,  vol.  11. 
Little  Louvre,  The,  voL  2. 
Story  of  ancient  history,  vol .  5, 
Virginia,  vol.3. 


—  Heat.     (Science  for  the  young.) 

—  History  of  Alexander  the  great. 

—  History  of  Alfred  the  great. 

—  History  of  Cyrus  the  great. 

—  History  of  Darius  the  great. 

—  History  of  Empress  Josephine. 

—  History  of  Ghenkis  Khan. 

—  History  of  Hannibal.     (2  cop.) 

—  History  of  Hernando  Cortez. 

—  History  of  Joseph  Bonaparte. 

—  History  of  Julius  Caesar. 

—  History  of  king  Charles  the  first  of  England. 

—  History  of  king  Charles  the  second  of  England. 

—  History  of  king  Henry  the  fourth. 

—  History  of  king  Philip. 

—  History  of  king  Richard  the  first. 

—  History  of  king  Richard  the  second. 

—  History  of  king  Richard  the  third. 

—  History  of  Louis  Philippe. 

—  History  of  Madame  Roland. 

—  History  of  Margaret  of  Anjou. 


vz 


-f- 


History  of  Marie  Antoinette  of  Erance. 
History  of  Mary,  queen  of  Scots. 
—  History  of  Nero. 

—  History  of  Peter  the  great. 

—  History  of  Pyrrhus. 

—  History  of  Romulus. 

—  History  of  William  the  conqueror. 

—  History  of  Xerxes. 

—  Jonas  stories:     Caleb  in  the  country. 

—  Same.     Caleb  in  town. 

—  Same.     Caleb  on  a  farm  in  summer. 

—  Same.     Caleb  on  a  farm  in  winter. 

—  Same.    Jonas'  stories. 

—  Juno  stories:    Juno  and  Georgie. 

—  Same.     Mary  Osborne. 

—  Light.     (Science  jor  the  young. ) 

—  Little  learner,  The       Learning  about 

things. 

—  Same.     Learning  about  right  and  wrong. 

—  Same.     Learning  to  think. 
V —  Lucy  books:     Conversation. 

—  Same.     Lucy  at  play. 

—  Same.     Lucy  at  study. 

—  Same.     Lucy  on  the  mountains. 

—  Same.     Lucy  on  the  seashore. 

—  Same.     Lucy's  stories. 

—  Marco  Paul's  voyages  and  travels. 

Contents  ; 


Marco  Paul  at  the  Springfield 

armory. 
Marco  Paul  In  Boston. 
Marco  Paul  in  Maine. 

•  Rollo  books. 


Marco  Paul  in  New  York 
Marco  Paul  in  Vermont. 
Marco  Paul  on  the  Erie 
canal . 


(14  vols.) 
Contents: 


Rollo  at  play. 
Hollo  at  school, 
Rollo  at  work. 
Rollo  learning  to  read. 
Rollo  learning  to  talk, 
Rollo'a  correspondence. 
Jiolly's  experiments. 


Hollos  museum. 
Hollo'-  philosophy  (air). 
Hollo's  philosophy  (fire). 
Rol las  philosophy  (sky.) 
Rollo's  philosophy  (water). 
Rollo's  travels. 
Rollo's  vacation. 


Abbott  (Continued) — 

—  Rollo's  tour  in  Europe.     (10  vols.) 


Contents: 


Rollo  in  Geneva. 
Rollo  in  Holland. 
Rollo  in  London. 
Rollo  in  Naples. 
Rollo  in  Paris. 


Rollo  In  Rome . 
Rollo  in  Scotland. 
Rollo  in  Switzerland. 
Rollo  on  the  Atlantic. 
Rollo  on  the  Rhine. 


—  Young  Christian  series:    Corner  stone. 

—  Same.     Hoary  head  and  McDonner. 

—  Same.     Way  to  be  good. 
Abbott,  Rosa.     Alexis,  the  runaway. 
Adams,  C.     John  Hartley. 

Adams,  W.  T.  (Oliver  Optic),      All  aboard;  or,   life 
on  the  lake.     (A  sequel  to  the  "Boat  Club") 

—  Bear  and  forbear. 

—  Birthday  party,  The 

—  Boat  club,  The 

—  Boys'  handy  book  of  games. 

—  Christmas  gift  The.     A  story  for  little  folks; 

—  Coming  wave,  The 

—  Cross  and  crescent;  or,  Young  America  in  Turkey 

and  Greece. 

—  Dikes  anrl   ditches;  or,  Young  America  in   Hol- 

land and  Belgium. 

—  Dorcas  club,  The 

—  Do-some-things,  The 

—  Down  the  Rhine;  or,  Young  America  in  Germany. 

—  Down  the  river. 

—  Fighting  Joe. 

—  Going  west. 

—  Haste  and  waste. 

—  Hope  and  have;  or,  Fanny  Grant  among  the  In- 

dians. 

—  In  school  and  out ;  or,  the  conquest  of  Richard 

Grant. 

—  Isles  of  the  sea. 

—  Lightning  express,  The  ;  or,  the  rival  academies. 

—  Little  Bobtail;  or,  the  wreck  of  the  Penobscot. 

—  Little  by  little;  or,  the  cruise  of  the  Flyaway. 

—  Little  merchant. 

—  Live  and  learn. 

—  Money  maker,  The 

—  Now  or  never. 

—  Ocean-born.      (2  cop. ) 

—  On  time. 

—  Out  west. 

—  Parlor  pastimes. 

—  Picked  up  adrift. 

—  Picnic  party,  The 

—  Poor  and  proud. 

—  Proud  and  lazy:  a  story  for  little  folks. 

—  Rich  and  humble. 

—  Seek  and  find. 

—  Soldier  boy,  The 

—  Switch  off. 

—  Through  by  daylight. 

—  Try  again. 

—  Watch  and  wait;  or,  the  young  fugitives. 

—  Work  and  win. 

—  Yacht  club,  The  s~^ 
Alcott,    Louisa   M.      Aunt  Jo.'s   scrap-bag.  ;  shawl 

straps. 

—  Little  men. 

—  Little  women.     (2  vols.,  2  cop. ) 

—  Morning  glories.     (2  cop.) 

—  Old-fashioned  girl. 

—  Rose  in  bloom.     (2  cop.) 


ALCOTT. 


—   14 


DOUGLAS. 


Alcott  (Continued) — 

—  Silver  pitchers. 

—  Three  proverb  stories. 

Contents  : 


Aunt  Kip. 
Kitty's  class  day, 


Psyche's  art. 


Aldrich,  T.   B.     Story  of  a  cat. 
Alger,  Horatio.     Bound  to  rise. 

—  Brave  and  bold. 

—  Herbert  Carter's  legacy. 

—  Mark,  the  match  boy. 

—  Paul,  the  peddler. 

—  Ragged  Dick. 

—  Risen  from  the  ranks. 

—  Sam's  chance. 

—  Slow  and  sure. 

—  Strive  and  succeed. 

—  Tattered  Tom. 

—  Wait  and  hope. 

—  Young  outlaw. 
Andersen,  Hans  C.     Everything  in  Its  right  place. 

—  Favorite  story  book. 

—  German  popular  tales. 

—  Ice  maiden,  The 

—  Little  match  girl. 

—  Marsh  king's  daughter. 

—  Old  church  bell. 

—  Sandhills  of  Jutland. 

—  Silver  shilling,  The 

—  Tinder  box,  The 

—  Under  the  willow  tree. 

—  -  What  the  moon  saw. 

—  Wild  swan,  The 

Arthur,  T.  S.     Last  penny,  The 

—  Lost  children,  The 

—  Maggie's  baby. 

—  Mr.  Haven't-got-time. 

—  Organ  boy,  The 

—  Our  Harry. 

—  Peace-makers,  The 

—  Poor  wood-cutter,  The 

—  Tired  of  house-keeping. 

—  Uncle  Ben's  new  year's  gift. 

—  Who  is  greatest  ? 

—  Who  is  happiest  ? 

—  Wounded  boy,  The 
Austin,  Jane  G.     Moonfolk. 

B 

Baohe,  R-  M.     American  wonderland. 
Ballantyne,  R-  M.    Deep  down. 

—  Silver  Lake. 

Barnard,   C.      Tone  masters,   The      {Mozart    and 

Mendelssohn). 
Baron,  Richard  and  Deutsch  C.     Well  begun  is  half 

clone. 
Bartoli  M.     Honor  May. 

Bourne,  H.  R  Fox.     Famous  London  merchants. 
Bradley,  Mrs.  A.     Birds  of  a  feather. 

—  Handsome  is  that  handsome  does. 

—  Story  of  a  summer. 

Bradley,  W.  E.     Miss  Patience  Hathaway. 

—  Mr.  Pendleton's  cup. 

Bremer,  Fredrika.     Butterfly  gospel,  The 
Burdett,  Chas.     Chances  and  changes. 

—  Never  too  late. 


c 

Cameron,  Mrs.     Tanner's  daughter,  The 

Carleton  {pseud.).     £ee  Coffin,  C.  C. 

CarletOU,  Carrie  (pseud).  See  Chamberlain,  Mrs.  C.  C. 

Carleton.  W.     Willy  Reilley. 

Carroll,  Lewis  (pseud.).     See  Dodgson,  C.  L. 


Castlemon,  H.  Buried  treasure;  or,  old  Jordan's 
haunt. 

Chamberlain,  Mrs.  C.  C.  (Carrie  Carleton).  Ingle- 
nook. 

Charlesworth,  M.  L.     Ministering  children. 

Chesnez,  E.  M.  des.     Lady  Green  Satin. 

Clarke,  R.  S.  (Sophie  May).     Asbury  twins. 

—  Dr.  Papa. 

—  Dotty  Dimple  at  her  grandmother's. 

—  Dotty  Dimple  at  play. 

—  Dotty  Dimple  at  school. 

—  Dotty  Dimple  out  west. 

—  Flaxie  Frizzle. 

—  Little  grandmother. . 

—  Miss  Thistledown. 

Coffin,  C .  C.  ( Carleton).     On  the  battlefield. 

—  Story  of  liberty,  The 
Conanti  H.  S.     Butterfly  hunters. 

Codidge,  Susan  (pseud.).     See  Woolsey,  S.  C. 
Copley,  Mrs.  E.     Early  friendships. 

—  Poplar  grove. 

Craik,  D.  (M.)  M.     Is  it  true  ? 

—  Little  Sunshine's  holiday. 

—  Twenty  years  ago. 

Craifc,  G.  M.      Cousin  from  India 
CuppleS.  Mrs.  G.      Singular  creatures,  and  how  they 
were  found. 


D 

Ball,  Caroline  N.     Patty  Gray's  journal. 
Dalton,  W.     Tiger  prince,  The 

—  White  elephant;  or,  the  hunters  of  Ava,  and  the 

king  of  the  golden  foot.     (2  cop.) 
Baryl,  S.     Told  in  the  twilight. 
De  foe,  D.     Life  and  adventures  of  Robinson  Crusoe. 
Dehroyft,  Mrs.  S.  H.     Little  Jakey. 
De  Mille,  J.    B.  O.  W.  C,  The 

—  Fire  in  the  woods. 

—  Lost  in  the  fog. 

—  Young  Dodge  club;  or,  the  winged  lion. 
De  Musset,  P-     Mr.  Wind  and  Madame  Rain. 
Denison,  C.  W.   (Major  Penniman).      Tanner  boy,. 

The 
Denison,  Mrs.     Among  the  squirrels. 
Diaz,  Mrs.  A.  M.     Jimmy  Johns. 

—  King's  Lily  and  Rosebud. 

—  Lucy  Maria. 

—  William  Henry  letters. 
Dickens,  C.     Child  pictures. 

Contents  : 


Fat  boy,  The 

1        Paul  and  Florence, 

Little  Nell. 

Sinike. 

Marchioness.  Thi 

Tiny  Tim. 

Oliver  Twist. 

1 

—  Child's  history  of  England.     (2  vols.) 
— Little  folks.     ^12  vols.) 

Contents  : 


Boy  Joe  and  Sam  Weller. 
Child  wife,  The 
Dame  Durden. 
Dolly  Varden. 
Florence  Domtiey. 
Little  Nell. 


Little  Paul. 

Oliver  and  the  Jew  Fagin. 

Sissy  Jupe. 

Smike. 

Tiny  Tim  and  Dot, 

Two  daughters,  The 


Dodge,  M.  A.  (Gail  Hamilton).     Little  folk  life. 

Dodge,  M.  E.      Few  friends,  A 

Do-"       M.  M.      Hans  Brinker;  or,  the  silver  skates. 

Dodge,  N.  S.  Stories  of  a  grandfather  about  Ameri- 
can history. 

Dodgson,  C.  L.  (Lewis  Carroll).  Alice's  adventures 
in  Wonderland. 

—  Through  the  looking-glass,  and  what  Alice  found 

there. 
Dolliver,  Clara  G.  Candy  elephant;  and  other  stories. 

—  No  baby  in  the  house;  and  other  stories. 
Douglas,  Amanda  M.     Kathrie's  three  wishes. 


EDGAR. 


—   15 


MORE. 


V 


E 

Edgar,  J-  G.     Footprints  of  famous  men. 

—  Great  men  and  gallant  deeds. 

—  Nationsof  modern  Europe. 

—  Sea  kings  and  naval  heroes. 

—  Wars  of  the  roses,  The 
Edgeworth,  BC     Frank. 

—  Harry  and  Lucy.     (2  vols.) 

—  Harry  and  Lucy — Frank. 

—  Parents'  assistant,  The 

—  Rosamond. 

EgglestOP,  G.  C.     Big  brother,  The 

(apt.  Sam.      (2  cop.) 
Eichenoach,  Olga,  ***  Agnes  Franz.     Pearls,   The 
Elloart,  Mrs.   C.  J.     Johnny  Jordan. 
Ellis,  Mrs.     Brewer's  family. 

—  Dangers  of  dining  out. 

—  First  impressions. 

—  Minister's  family. 

—  Somerville  hall. 

Ellis,  Wm.    Philo-Socrates  :  Among  the  boys.    (vols. 
1  and  3.) 

—  Among  the  Hindoos,  (vol.  4.) 

—  Among  the  teachers,  (vol.  2. ) 


Fern,  Fanny  (pseud.).     See  Parton,  Mrs.  S.  P. 
Foa,  Eugenie.     Boy  artists,  The 
Forest,  Neil.     Mice  at  play. 
Frothingham,  O.  B.     Patriarchs,  The 

G 

Garrett,  Ed.   (pseud.).     See  Mayo,  Mrs.  J.  R. 

Gasfcell,  Mrs.  E.  C.     Cranford. 

Gayler,  C.~    Out  of  the  streets. 

Gaylord,  Grace  (pseud.).     (See  Bradley,  W.  E. 

Gildersleeve,  Mrs.  C.  H.     Remy  St.  Remy.   (2  cop. ) 

Goodman,  Margaret.     Experience  ofan  English  sister 

of  mercy. 
Goodrich,  S.  G.  (Peter  Parley).     Billy  Bump. 

—  Dick  Bold,  hero. 

—  Home  in  the  sea. 

—  Make  the  best  of  it. 

—  Persevere  and  prosper. 

—  Right  is  might. 

—  Take  care  of  number  one. 

—  Tale  of  the  revolution. 

—  Truth  finder. 

—  What  to  do,  and  how  to  do  it. 

—  Wit  bought. 

Gordon,  C.     Two  lives  in  one. 

Gray,  E.     Cedars.  The 

Greene,  Mrs.  R.  J.      Winter  and  summer  at   Burton 

hall,   A 
Greenwood,  Grace  (pseud.).     See  Lippincott,  Mrs.  S. 

J.  C. 

H 

Hamerton,  E.     Mirror  of  truth,  The 
HamertOD,  P«  G.     Harry  Blount. 
Hamilton,  Gail  (pserul).    See  Dodge,  M.  A. 
Haweis,  Mrs.   Pet;  or,  pastimes  and  penalties.  (2  cop.) 
Hawthorne,  N.     Tanglewood  tales.     (2  cop.) 

—  True  stories. 

—  Wonder-book  for  girls  and  boys. 
Hayes,  !•  L  Cast  away  in  the  cold. 
Heaile?,  P.  C.     Patriot  boy,  The 

Heaven,  Mrs-  S.  M.  (Lucia  Norman).      Youths'  his- 
tory of  California. 
HentZ,  Mrs.  Lee.     Aunt  Patty's  scrap  bag. 
Hodder,  E.     Lost  in  Paris;  and  other  tales. 
Hope,  A.  R.     Book  about  boys. 


Howitt,  Mary,  Vignettes  of  American  history.  - 
Hunt,  Helen  (H.  H. ).  Bits  of  talk  for  young  folks. 
—  Nelly's  silver  mine. 


Ingelow,  Jean.     Stories  told  to  a  child. 


Jewett,  S.  O.     Play-days. 
JohDSOn,  E.     Judge's  pet,  The 
Jones,  M.     Blaek  prince,  The 

K 

Kellogg,  E.     Ark  of  Elm  island. 

—  Charlie  Bell. 

—  Child  of  the  island  glen. 

—  Fisher  boys  of  Pleasant  cove. 

—  Hardscrabble  of  Elm  isle. 

—  John  Godsoe's  legacy. 

—  Sowed  by  the  wind. 

—  Winning  his  spurs. 

—  Wolf  run. 

—  Young  shipbuilders  of  Elm  island. 
Kingsley,  C.     Water  babies, 

—  Heroes,  The;  or,  Greek  fairy  tales  for  my  children. 
Kingston,  W.  H.  G.     Washed  ashore. 

—  Young  rajah,  The 

Knatchbull-Hugessen,  E.  H.  Crackers  for  Christmas. 
— •  Moonshine. 

—  Puss-cat  mew,  and  other  stories  for  my  children. 


Lemont,  L.     Lewie. 

Leslie,  Emma.     Brewer's  family,  The 

—  Ellerslie  house.     (2  cop.) 
Leslie,  Miss.     American  girl's  book. 
Linden,  A.     Children's  trials. 

Lippincott,  Mrs.  S.  J.  C.  (Grace  Greenwood).      Bon- 
nie Scotland. 

—  Merrie  England 

—  Recollections  of  my  childhood. 

—  Stories  and  sights  of  France  and  Italy.    (2  cop.) 

—  Stories  from  famous  ballads.     (2  cop. ) 


M 

Macdonald,  G.     At  the  back  of  the  north  wind. 

—  Dealings  with  the  fairies. 

—  Princess  and  goblin. 

Macy,  W.  H.     There  she  blows  ! 

Manning,  Mary  (pseud.)     See  Newell,  H.  P.  N. 

Marsh,  J.  B.     Life  and  adventures  of  Robin  Hood. 

Martineau,  H.    Crofton  boys. 

—  Peasant  and  prince. 

Mathews,  Julia  A.     Bessie  among  the  mountains. 

—  Jack  Granger's  cousin. 

May,  Sophie  (pseud.).     See  Clarke,  R.  S. 
Mayhew,  H.     Boyhood  of  Martin  Luther. 

—  Peasant  boy  and  philosopher,  The 

—  Young  Ben  Franklin. 

Mayo,  Mrs.  J.  R.    (Ed.  Garrett).     Magic  flower-pot; 

and  other  stories. 
Michel,  T.     Will  and  a  way. 
Miller,  E.  H.     What  Tommy  did. 
Miller,  T.     Jack-of-all-trades.- 
Mitchell,  D.  G.     Stories  from  my  attic. 
Moncrief.  R.  Hope.      Oudendale  ;  a   tale    of  schoo 

life. 
More,  Hannah.     Domestic  tales. 

—  Rural  tales. 


MORLEY. 


16 


ANONYMOUS- 


~h 


Morley,  H.     Chicken  market  ;  and  other  fairy  tales. 
Moulton,  Mrs.  E.  L.  C.     More  bed-time  stories. 
Mulock,  D.  (M.)  M.     See  Craik,  Mrs.  D.  M. 
Mumford,  M.  E.     Hila  Dart.     (2  cop.) 


N 

Napier.  0.  O.  G.  Tommy  Try,  and  what  he  did  in 
science.     (2  cop.) 

Nauman,  Mrs.  M.  D.  Eva's  adventures  in  Shadow- 
land. 

Neilly,  K.  J.       Fine  feathers  do  not  make  fine  birds. 

Newman,  Mrs.  M.  W.  (May  Wentworth).  Fairy 
tales  from  gold  lands.     (2  cop.) 

Norman,  Lucia  (pseud),     See  Heaven,  Mrs.  S.  M. 

Nowell,  H.  P.  H.  (May  Mannering).     Billy  Grimes. 

—  Climbing  the  rope. 

—  Little  Spaniard,  The     (2  cop.) 


o 

O'Reilly,  Mrs.  R.     Gile's  minority. 

OptlC,  Oliver  (pseud.).     See  Adams,  W.  T. 


P.  H.  K.     Paul  and  Margaret. 

Palgrave,  F.  T.  Five  days'  entertainment  at  Went- 
worth grange. 

Parley,  Peter  (pseud.).     See  Goodrich,  S.  G. 

Partem.  Mrs.  S.  P.  (Fanny  Fern).  Playday  book. 
(2  cop.) 

Penniman,  Major  (pseud.).     See  Denison,  C.  W. 

Phelps,  E.  S.  Gypsy  series:  Gypsy  at  the  Golden 
Crescent. 

—  Gypsy  Breynton. 

—  Gypsy's  cousin  Joy. 

—  Gypsy's  sowing  and  reaping. 
Pindar,  S.  C.     Wentworths,  The 

Porter,  Rose.     Foundations  for  castles  in  the  air. 
Poiirie,  H.  K.     Orphan's  triumph,  The 
Prentiss,  Mrs.  E.     Flower  of  the  family. 

R 

Radway,  J-  W.     Off  to  the  Geysers. 

Raspe,  R-  E.     Baron  Munchausen,  Adventures  of 

Reid,  M.     Odd  people. 

—  Quadroon,  The 

Richmond,  L.     Dairyman's  daughter. 
Rohhins,  Mrs.  S.  S.     One  happy  winter. 

—  Weighed  in  the  balance. 

Ruhkoff,  J-  and  Morftz,  A.     Nannie's  jewel  case. 


s 

Sandham,  Miss.     Twin  sisters. 

Smith,  Miss  C.  L.     American  home  book. 

Smith,  H.  S.  (Hesba  Stretton).     Cassey.     (2  cop. ) 

Stephens,  C.  A.     Lynx  hunting. 

Stockton,  F.  R.     What  might  have  been  expected. 

Stoddard,  R-  H.     Adventures  in  fairy-land. 

Stowe,  H.  B.     Little  foxes. 


Taylor,  Bayard.     Boys  of  other  countries. 
Taylor,  J.     Fast  life,  A 
Thorne,  P.     Jolly  good  times. 
Timbs,  J.     Wonderful  inventions. 
Townsend,  Virginia  F.     Joanna  Darling. 
—  Max  Meredith's  millenium. 
Trafton,  A.     American  girl  abroad. 


Trail,  Mrs.     Stories  of  the  Canadian  forest. 
Triton,  W.     Fisher  boy,  The 
Trowbridge,  C.  M.     Charles  Norwood. 
Trowbridge,  J-  T.     Bound  in  honor. 

—  Coupon  bonds. 

—  Lawrence's  adventures. 

—  Lucy  Hall. 

—  Three  scouts. 

—  Young  surveyor. 

Tucker,  Mrs.  C.    (A.  L.  0.  E.)     Braid  of  cords. 

—  Christian  conquest. 

—  Cortley  hall. 

—  Flora;  or,  self  deception. 

—  Ned  Franks;  or,  the  Christian's  panoply. 

—  Wings  and  strings. 

Tweedie,  W.  R.     Joseph  and  his  brethren. 


V 

Virginia,  Cousin.     Kettle  club,  The 


w 

Warner,  C.  D.     Being  a  boy. 
Weeks,  H.  C.     Ainslee  stories,  The 
Wentworth,  May  (pseud. ).     See  Newman,  M.  W. 
Whitney,  Mrs.  A.  D.  T.     Boys  of  Chequasset. 
Williamson,  E.  H.     Quaker  partisans. 
Winnard,  Miss.     Fanny  and  Arthur. 
Woolsey,  8.  C.  (Susan  Coolidge).     Mischief's  thanks- 
giving. 
Wright,  C.  E.     Marcus  Blair. 
Wright,  J.  H.     Ocean  work. 
Wright,  H.  C.     Kiss  for  a  blow. 


Sschokke-  H.     Gold  maker's  village". 


Anonymous. 

American  family  in  Paris. 

Athletic  sports  for  boys. 

Battles  worth  fighting.      (2  cop. ) 

Boyhood  of  great  men. 

Boy's  story  book. 

Bread  winners. 

Butterfly  flights. 


Contents  : 


At  the  seaside. 
Mount  Mansfield. 
Niagara  Falls. 


Saratoa*  Springs. 
Trip  to  Montreal. 
Trip  to  Philadelphia 


Capt.  Russell's  watchword. 
Child  life  in  Italy. 
Slay,  Henry,  Life  of 
Coffee-pot  Sam. 
Conrad,  the  squirrel. 
Copsley  annals. 
Cousin  Jessie's  stories. 

Darkness  and  light. 

Diary  of  brother  Bartholomew. 
Dot  and  Dime. 
Fairies  of  om  garden, 
Solden  year,  A 
Grandfather's  Nell. 

Helen  on  her  travels.     . 

History  of  the  robins. 

Little  fox,  The 

Little  Lou's  sayings  and  doings. 

Little  peanut  merchant. 

Lottie  Eames. 

Magician's  show  box. 
Patriotism  at  home. 


ANONYMOUS. 


17  — 


CARLYLE. 


Anonymous  (Continued ) — 

Peep  of  day. 

Printer  boy,  The 

Seven  little  sisters. 

Soimeme  ;  a  story  of  a  wilful  life. 

Sports,  pastimes  and  recreations. 

Stories  of  China. 

Swiss  family  Robinson. 


Ten  thousand  wonderful  things. 

Three  opportunities. 

We  boys.     * 

What  makes  me  grow. 

Women  of  worth. 

Young  mechanic,  Th$      (By  the  author  of    "  The 

lathe  and  its  uses." 
Young  parson,  The 


HISTORY. 


Abbott,  John,  S.  C.     Empire  of  Austria  :  its  rise  and 

present  power. 
Empire  of  Russia,  from  the  remotest  period  to  the 

present  time. 
History  of  Frederick  the  second,  called  Frederick 

the  great. 
History  of  Italy  from  the   earliest  period  to    the 

present  day. 
Adams  C.  K.     Democracy  and  monarchy  in  France. 
Age   of  Elizabeth,    The.      Creighton,    M.        {In 

Epochs  of  history. ) 
Allen,  W.     History  of  Norridgewock. 

America.—  „  ■     ..  ,.  , 

Anderson,  R.  B.  America  not  discovered 
by  Columbus.  A  historical  sketch  of  the 
discovery  of  America  by  the  Norsemen. 

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Martin,  1<-  M.      Australia :  its  history  and  its  present 
condition. 

—  East  India  Company's  possessions.     (2  vols.) 
Massachusetts,  history  of.      See  Lippincott's  cabinet 

histories. 


Massacre  of  St.  Bartholomew,  The.     White,  H. 

Materialism,  history  of,  and  criticism  of  its  present 
importance.  Lange,  F.  A.  (Translated  by 
Thomas,  E.  C.J     (vol.  1.) 

May.  Sir  Th.    Democracy  in  Europe.    (2  vols. ;  2  cop.) 

Medical  and  surgical  history  of  war  of  the  rebellion. 
(2  vols.) 

Menzel,  Wolfgang.     History  of  Germany.     (3  vols.) 

Merivale,  Charles.     General  history  of  Rome. 

Merle  d' Aubigne,  Jean  Henri.  History  of  the  re- 
formation in  the  sixteenth  century.     (4  vols. ) 

Mexico.— 

Jenkins,  J.    S.       History    of  war  between 
United  States  and  Mexico. 

Prescott,  W.  H.   Conquest  of  Mexico.  (3  V.) 
Micado'B  empire,  The.      A  history  of,  and    personal 

observations  in  Japan.     Griffis,  W.  E. 
Micbelet,  J.     Historical  view  of  French  revolution. 
Middle  ages,  history  of.     Hallam,  H. 
Mommsen,  Theodor.     History  of  Rome.     (4  vols) 
Monarchy,  restoration  of  in  France.       Lamartine, 

A.  DE. 
Moore,  Frank.     Diary  of  the  American  revolution. 

—  Rebellion  record.       A  diary  of  American  events, 

with  documents,  narratives,  illustrative  inci- 
dents, poetry,  etc.     (5  vols.) 

Morris,  W.  O'C.  French  revolution.  (Epochs  of 
history) 

Mosheim,  Johann  Lorenz  Von.  Ecclesiastical  history, 
ancient  and  modeiti.     ( Tr.  Murdoch,  J. ) 

Motley,  J.  L.  History  of  the  United  Netherlands. 
(4  vols. ) 

—  Rise  of  the  Dutch  republic.     (3  vols.) 
Music,  history  of.     Hunt,  H.  J.  B. 

Myths  and  languages  of  Pacific  races.  Bancroft, 
H.  H.  (See  Native  races  of  the  Pacific 
Slates,  vol.  3.) 

N 

Native  races  of  the  Pacific  States  of  North  America. 
(5  vols.)     Bancroft,  Hubert  H. 


Wild  tribes,  vol.1. 
Civilized  nations,  vol.  2. 
Myths  and  languages,  vol,  3. 


Antiquities,  vol.  4. 
Primitive  history,  vol. 


Navy  (U.  S.)     See  United  States. 
Neal,  Daniel.     History  of  the  Puritans. 
Neill,  E.  D.      Terra  Mariae ;  or,  threads   of  Mary- 
land colonial  history. 

Netherlands.— 

Motley,  J.  L.     History  of  the  United.   (4  v.) 
Schiller,  J.  C.  F.  von.      History  of  the  re- 
volt of  the. 

New  Jersey,  history  of.     See  Lippincott's  cabinet  his- 
tories. 

NftW  York,  history  of.      See  Same. 

Norridgewock,  history  of.    Allen,  W. 

North  AmericanTndians.      Catlin,  G. 

o 

OhJO,  history  of.     See  Lippincott's  cabinet  histories. 
O'Kelly,  P-     History  of  Ireland. 
One  hundred  years'  progress  in  the  United  States. 
Oregon  and  California,  history  of.       Greenhow,  R. 
Our  whole  country ;  or  the    past  and  present  of  the 

United  States.     Barber,  J.  W. 
Ozanam,  A.  F.       History  of  civilization  in    the  filth 

century. 


Paraguay,  history  of     (2  vol.)      Washburn,  C.  A. 

Paris  commune.     Fetridge.  W.  P. 

Peci ,  Jesse  T.     History  of  the  great  republic. 


RUSSIA. 


2  I 


/T^NITED    STATES. 


Pennsylvania,  history  of.  See  Lippincott's  cabinet 
histories. 

Persia.  Vaux,  W.  S.  W.  (Ancient  history  from 
the  monuments, ) 

Peril,  conquest  of    (2  vols.)     Prescott,  W.  H. 

Philip  II  (  of  Spain).  History  of  the  reign  of.  Pres- 
cott, W.  H.     (3  vols.) 

Pierce,  B,  K.    Half  century  with  juvenile  delinquents. 

Poland  — 

Edwards,  H.  S.  History  of  the  Polish  in- 
surrection. 

Saxton,  L.  C.     Fall  of.     (2  vols.) 
Political  history  of  the  rebellion.     McPherson,  E. 
Pollard,  E.  A.     First  year  of  the  war. 

—  Last  year  of  the  war. 

—  Lost  cause  regained.     (2  cop. ) 

—  Second  year  of  the  war. 

—  Third  year  of  the  war. 

Fopeg,  history  of.     (3  vols.)     Ranke,  L. 
Pre-h'storic  nations.     Baldwin,  J.  D. 
Pre-historic  races  of  the  United  States.  Foster,  J.  W. 
PresCOtt,  G.  B.     History,  theory  and  practice  of  the 

electric  telegraph. 
PresCOtt,  W.  H.     Conquest  of  Mexico.     (3  vols.) 

—  Conquest  of  Peru.     (2  vols. ) 

—  Ferdinand  and  Isabella.     (2  vols.) 

—  Philip  the  II  (of  Spain).     (3  vols.) 

—  Robertson's  history  of  Charles  V.      (3  vols.) 
Primitive  history,       Bancroft,    H.  H.      {Native 

races  of  the  Pacific,  vol.  5. 
Puritans,  history  of    (5  vols.)     Neal,  D. 

Q 

Quackenbos,  J.  S.  History  of  ^ancient  literature — 
oriental  and  classical. 

—  History  of  United  States. 

R 

Ranke,  Leopold.     History  of  the  Popes.     (3  vols.) 

Rationalism  in  Europe.    (2  vols.).   Lecky,  W.  E.  H. 

Raymond,  H.  J«     President  Lincoln's  administration. 

Rebellion  record.    (5vols.">     (Ed.  by  Moore,  Fr.) 

Records  of  the  colony  of  Rhode  Island  and  Providence 
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Bari  LETT,  J.  R. 

Reformation  in  the  sixteenth  century,  history  of. 
Mkki.e  D'.Aubignk,  J.  H. 

Robbins.  Eliza.     History  ol  England. 

Robertson,  Wm.  History  of  the  reign  of  the  emperor 
Charles  V. 

Rollins,  M.  Ancient  history  of  the  Egyptians,  Car- 
thaginians, Assyrians  and  Macedonians ;  in- 
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Romatce  of  American  history.     De  Vbre,  M.  S. " 

Rome.— 

Abbott.  J.  S.  C.     History  of  Italy. 

Arnold,  Th.  History  of  Rome  to  A.  U.  C. 
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Gibbon,  E.  Decline  and  fall  of  the  Roman 
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Goldsmith,  O.  History  of  Rome,  from  the 
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Livius,  T.     History  of.     (4  vols^ 

Same.     (2  vols.) 

Merivale,  C.     General  history  of. 

Mommsen,  T.     History  of.     (4  vols.) 

Sismondi,  J.  C.  L.  History  of  the  fall  of  the 
Roman  empire. 

Russia  — 

Abbott,  J.  S.  C.  Empire  of,  from  the  re- 
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Forbes,  A.,  and  J.  A.  Maggalian.  Russia 
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of,  for  the  "  Daily  News." 


San  Francisco.— 

Hittell,  J.  S.     History  of  San  Francisco. 

Soule,  F.     Annals  of  San  Francisco. 
Sastca   L.  C.     Fall  of  Poland.     (2  vols.) 
Schiller.  J.  C.  F.  von.     History  of  the  revolt  of  the 

Netherlands. 
Second  year  of  the  war  of  the  rebellion.     PoLLAftD, 

E.  A. 
Seebohm,   F.      Era    of  the     Protestant    revolution. 

(Epochs  of  history.) 
Sherman,  William  Tecumseh. — 

Bowman,  S.  M.,  and  Irwin,  R.  B.       Sher- 
man and  his  campaigns. 

Conyngham,    D.    P.         Sherman's      march 
through  the  South. 
Short  history  of  the  English  people.     Greene,  J.  R. 
Short  history  of  the  Prench  people.     Lacombe,  P. 
Sismonci,  J.  C.  L.      History  of  the  fall  of  the  Roman 

empire. 
Smiles,  S.     The  Huguenots. 
Smith,  George.     Assyria.      See  Ancient  history  from 

the  monuments. 
Smith,  M.  H.      Sunshine  and  shadow  in  New  York. 
Smith,  Philip.     Students'  ecclesiastical  history. 
Stanley,  A.  P.     History  of  the  Jewish  church. 
Story  of  the  Irish  before  the  conquest.      Ferguson, 

M.  C. 
StubbS,  William.     Constitutional  history  of  England. 

(2  vols.) 
Sumner,  W.  G.     History  of  American  currency. 
Sunshine  and  shadow  in  New  York.     Smith,  M.  H. 
Swinton,  W.     History  of  the  New  York  seventh  reg- 
iment. 
—  Outlines  of  the  world's  history. 

Switzerland,  history  of.    Zschokke,  J.  H.  D. 


Taine,  H.     French  revolution,     (vol.  I.) 

Tavlor,  W.  C.     Students'  manual  of  modern  history. 

Telegraph,  electric:  history  of.     Prescott,  G.  B. 

Tennessee,  history  of.  See  Lippincott's  cabinet  his- 
tories. 

Terra  Mariae  ;  or,  threads  of  Maryland  colonial  his- 
tory.    Neill,  E.  D. 

Thiers,  Louis  Adolphe.  French  revolution.  (4  vols.) 
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—  History  of  the  consulate  and  the  empire  under 
Napoleon.     (5  vols. ) 

Third  year  of  the  War.     Pollard,  E.  A. 

Thirty  years'  war.  Gardiner,  S.  R.  (Epochs  of 
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Timbs,  J-     History  of  clubs  and  club  life  in  London. 

Towle,  G.     Glimpses  of  history. 

Triumphs  of  enterprise. 

Troubadours,  The.  A  history  of  provencjal  life  and 
literature  in  the  middle  ages,      HUEFFER.  F. 

Tuthlll,   F.     History  of  California. 

Tf lor,  Edward  R.     Early  history  of  mankind. 

u 

United  States  of  North  America — 

Bancroft,  George.      History  of,  from  the 

discovery  of  the  American  continent.     (9  v.) 
Bancroft,  H.  H.     Native  races  of  the  Pacific 

States.     (5  vols:) 
Barber,  J.  W.     Our  whole  country  ;  or,  the 

past  and  present  of  the  United  States. 
Bartlett,  J.  R.      Records  of  the  colony  of 

Rhode  Island  and  Providence  plantations  in 

New  England,     (vols.  2-4.) 
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the  rebellion. 


UNITED    STATES. 


22 


ARNOLD. 


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Bowman,  S.  M.  and  Irwin,  R.  B.  Sherman 
and  his  campaigns. 

Coolidge,  A.  J.  and  Mansfield,  J.  B. 
History  and  description  of  New  England, 
Maine,  New  Hampshire  and  Vermont. 

Conyngham,     D.    P.  Sherman's     march 

through  the  South,  1864-5. 

Foster.  J.  W.     Pre-historic  races  of. 

Frost,  J.     Indian  wars  of. 

Greeley,  H.      American  conflict.       (2  vols.) 

Greenhow,  R.  History  of  Oregon  and  Cal- 
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Hinton,  J.  H.       History  and  topography  of. 

Hotchkiss,  J.,  and  Allen,  W.  Battlefields 
of  Virginia  aud  Chancellorsville. 

Jenkins,  J.  S.  History  of  the  war  between 
United  States  and  Mexico. 

Lippincott's  cabinet  histories  of  the  States. 
(12  vols.) 

Lossing,  B.  J.     History  of. 

McPherson,  E.    Political  history  of  rebellion. 

Moore,  F.     Rebellion  record.     (5  vols.) 

Medical  and  surgical  history  of  the  war  of  the 
rebellion.     (2  vols.) 

Neill,  E.  D.  Terra  Mariae  ;  or,  threads  of 
Maryland  colonial  history. 

One  hundred  years'  progress  in. 

Peck,  J.  T.     History  of  the  great  republic. 

Pollard,  E.  A.  First,  second  and  third  year 
of  the  war. 

Quackenbos,  J.  S.     History  of. 

Raymond,  H.  J.  President  Lincoln's  admin- 
ministration. 

Semmes,  R.  Cruise  of  the  Alabama  and  the 
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United  States  (contivued) — 

Swinton    W.       History  of    the    New   York 

seventh  regiment. 
Tuthill,  F.     History  of  California, 
Williamson,  W.  D.  History  of  Maine.   (2  v.) 
Smith,  M.  H.     Sunshine  and  shadow  in  New 

York. 


VaUS,  W.  S.  W.  Persia,  (In  Ancient  history  from 
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Vermont,  history  of.  Coolidge,  A.  J.  and  Mans- 
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Same.  _  In  Lippincott's  cabinet  histories. 

Virginia.     In  b-ame. 

w 

Waronrton,  George.     Conquest  of  Canada. 

War  correspondence  of  the  "Daily  News."      (War 

between  Russia  and  Turkey.)      Forbes,    A., 

and  Maggalian,  J.  A. 
War  pictures  of  the  South.     Estvan,  B. 
Washhurn,  C.  A.     History  of  Paraguay.      (2  vols.) 
Whelpley,  Samuel.      Compend   of  history   from  the 

earliest  times. 
Whiston,  W.     Tr.  works  of  Josephus. 
White,  H.     Massacre  of  St.  Bartholomew, 
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Willson,  M.     American  history. 


Zschokfce,  J.  H.  D.     History  of  Switzerland. 


BIOGRAPHY. 


*P 


Abbott,  John  S.  C.  American  pioneers  and  patriots: 
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Addison,  Joseph.  Life  and  writings  of.  Macaulay, 
T.  B. 

Albemarle,  sixth  earl  of.    See  Kepple,  G.  S. 

Alfieri,  Vittorio.  Autobiogrophy  of.  Howell,  W. 
D.  Ed. 

Allen,  Ethan.  Life  of.  Sparks,  J.  (In  American 
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American  authors.  See  hand  book  of  English  litera- 
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American  biography. 


Allen,  Ethan,  vol.  1. 
Arnold,  Benedict,  vol,  3. 
Brainard,  David,  vol.  8. 
Brown,  Cbarlei  Brockden,  vol. 
Cabot,  Sebastian,  vol   9. 
Davidson,  Lucretia  Maria,  vol, 
Baton,  William,  vol.9 
Edwards,  Jonathan,  voL  8. 
Ellery,  William,  voL  6 
Elliot,  John,  vol.  S 
Pulton,  Robert,  vol,  10. 
Hudson,  Henry,  vol,  10. 
Marquette,  Father,  vol.  10. 


(io  vols.) 
Contents: 


Sparks,  J.  Ed. 


Mather,  Cotton,  vol.  6. 
Montgomery.  E  chard,  vol. 
Phips,  Sir  William,  vol,  7. 
Pinkney,  William,  vol.  6. 
Putnam,  Israel,  vol.  7. 
Bit  tollhouse,  David,  vol.  7. 
Smith,  Capt,  John,  vol.  2, 
Stark,  John,  vol.  1. 
Steuben,  Baron,  vol.  9. 
Vane,  Sir  Henry,  vol.  4. 
Warren,  Joseph,  vol.  10. 
Wayne,  Anthony,  vol.  4. 
Wilson,  Alexander,  vol.  2. 


American's  own  book.    Bigelow,  J.  R. 
American  pioneers  and  patriots.     Abbott,  J.  S. 
Andersen,  Hans  C.     Story  of  my  life. 
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C. 


Sans  Souci  series.     Stoddard,  R.  H.,  Ed. 


See 


Anecdotes  of  public  men.     Forney,  J.  W. 
Angelico,  Fra  Giovanni,  da  Fiesole.     See  Fiesole. 
Angelo,  Michael.     See  Buonarroti. 
Apostles  of  mediaeval  Europe.     Maclear,  G.  F. 
Apostles,  The.     Renan,  Ernest.    (Tr.  by  Wilborne, 

C.  E.) 
Appleton,  D.    &  Co.    (Publishers.)      Cyclopaedia  of 

biography.     Hawks,  Fr.  L. 
Armstrong,  John.     Life  of  Richard  Montgomery.    (In 

American  biography,  vol.  i.) 
—  Life  of  Anthony  Wayne.   (In  American  biography, 

vol.  4.) 
Arnold,  Benedict.     Life  and  treason  of.      Sparks,  J. 

(In  American  biography,  vol.  3.) 
Artist  biographies.     Sweetser,  M.  F.,  Ed. 


Contents 


Angelico. 

Durer . 

Guido. 

Leonardo. 

Lorraine. 

Murillo. 


Baphael. 
Bcmbrandt. 
Titian. 
Turner. 
Van  Dyck. 


Audobon,  John  James  (Naturalist).  Life    of.     Ed.  by 
his  widow. 

—  See  also  Brief  biographies. 

—  Also  Biographical  essays.     TuckermaN,  H.  T. 
Austin,  G.  L.     Life  of  Franz  Schubert. 

Arnold,    Thomas    (Dr.).       See    Brief  biographies, 
Smiles,  S. 


BACH. 


23 


BROWN. 


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Bach,  Johann  Sebastian.  Life  of.  (In  great  German 
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Bacon,  Francis,  and  his  times.  (2  vols.)  Spedding,  J. 

Baireuth,  Frederica  Wilhelmina,  margravine  of.  Me- 
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Bamford,  Samuel.     See  Brief  biographies.      Smiles. 

Barham,  Richard  Harris.  (Thomas  Ingoldsby.)  Per- 
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Bamum,  P.  T.     Struggles  and  triumphs.     (2  cop. ) 

Barrington,  Sir  Jonah.  Personal  sketches  of  his  own 
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Bartlett,  D.  W.     Life  of  Lady  Jane  Grey.     (2  cop. ) 

Bartlett,  W.  F.     Memoir  of.     Palfrey,  F.  W. 

Bates,  Joseph.     Life  of.     White,  James. 

BeaCOnsfleld,  Lord.     See  Disraeli,  B. 

Becket,  Thomas  a'.  Life  and  times  of.  Froude, 
Jas.  A. 

Beecher,  H.  W.     Life  of  Jesus,  the  Christ,    {vol.  1.) 

Beethoven,  Ludwig  von.  Life  of.  (In  great  German 
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Benton,  T.  H.  Thirty  years  in  the  United  States 
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Berkeley,  George.    Life  of.  (In  Biographical  essays.) 

TUCKERMAN.  H.  T. 

Besant,  Walter.     French  humorists,  The 

Bickersteth.  A.  Doing  and  suffering :  memorials  of 
E.  and  F.  Bickersteth. 

BigeloW,  J.  R.  American's  own  book  :  containing  the 
declaration  of  independence,  with  the  lives  of 
the  signers ;  the  constitution  of  the  United 
States ;  the  inaugural  addresses  and  first  an- 
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ington to  Pierce ;  with  farewell  addresses  of 
Washington  and  Jackson. 

Rigelow,  L.  J.     Bench  and  bar. 

Biographical  and  critical  miscellanies.  Prescott, 
\V.  H. 

Biographical  essays.    Tuckerman,  H.  T. 
Contents  : 


Addison,  Joseph 
Audubou,  Jokn  J. 
Berkeley,  Georga 
Boone,  Daniel 
Blown,  C.  B. 
Campbell,  Thomas 
Chateaubriand . 
Chesterfield,  Lord 
Clinton,  De  Witt 
Constable,  John 
D'Azeglio.  Massimo 
De  Foe,  Daniel 
Diiby,  Sir  Kenelm 
Franklin,  Ben]. 
Fulton,  Robert 


Jeffrey,  Francis 
Kean,  Edmund 
Korner,  Theodora 
Lafitte,  Jaques 
Lind,  Jennie 
Leopardi,  Giacomo 
Morris,  Governeur 
Pellico,  Silvio 
Savage,  Richard 
Smith,  Sydney 
Soutney,  Robert 
Sterne,  Lawrence 
Washington,  George 
Wilkie,  David 
Williams,  Roger 


Biographical  history  of  the  fine  arts.     Spooner,  S. 
Biographical  sketches.    Martineau,  H. 
Contents: 


Anglesey,  Marquis  of 

Beaufort,  Sir  Francis 

Berry,  Miss 

Bloomfleld,  Bishop 

Bronte,  Charlotte 

Brougham,  Lord 

B>n>u,  Lady  Noel 

Campbell,  Lord  Chaucellor 

Carlisle,  Earl  of. 

Combe,  George 

Orator,  John  Wilson. 

Deuuian,  Lord. 

De  (Juincey.  T. 

Elgin  and  Kincardlii.  Earl  of 

Frederick  William  IV,  king 

of  Prussia. 
Gloucester,  Duchess  of 
Hallaiu,  Henry. 
Herbert  of  Lea,  Lord 
Humboldt,  Alexander  von 
Hume,  Joseph 
Jameson,  Mrs. 
Kent,  Duchess  of 
Landor,  Walter  Savage 


Lansdowne,  Marquis  of 
Lockhart,  John  Gibson 
Londonderry,  Marquis  of 
Lyndhurst,  Lord 
Macaulay,  Lord 
Marcet.  Mrs. 
Mathew,  Father 
Metterulch  and  Austria. 
Mitford,  Mary  Russell 
Murray,  Lord 
Napiers.  The 
Nicholas,  Emperor 
Opie,  Amelia 
Owen,  Robert 
Palmeistou,  Lord 
Blsrlan.  Lord 
Richardson,  Sir  John 
Rolierts,  David,  R.  A. 
Rogers,  Stomal 
Whately,  ArchhUhop. 
Wilson.  Johu  (Christopher 

North.) 
Wordsworth.  Mrs, 


Biography,     Appleton's  cyclopaedia  of. 
t —  Godwin's  cyclopaedia  of. 
'Biography  of  self  taught  men.     Edwards,  B.  B. 

Content, s. 


Biography  of  self  taught  men  (continued) — 
Contents  : 


Baldwin,  Thomss 

Baxter,  Richard 

Belxoui,  Giovanni  Battista 


Bloomfleld.   Robert 
Bowditch,  Nathaniel 
Cary,  Lott 


Caxton.  William 
Clarke,  Adam 
Cooke,  James 
Davy,  Humphrey 
Edwards,  William 
Falconer,  William 
Ferguson,  James 
Gifford,  William 
Haines,  C.  G, 
Henry,  Patrick 
Herder,  John  Godfrey 
Heyne.  Christian  Gottlieb 
Hopkins,  Stephen 
Horberg,  Peter 
Hunter.  John 
Huntington,  Samuel 
Lee,  Professor 
Leyden,  John 
Milncr,  Isaac 


Murray,  Alexander 

Niebulir,  Carsten 

Opie,  John 

Rittenhouse,  David 

Ramford,Couut(5<r«/.  Thompson 

Scott.  Thomas 

Sherman,  Roger 

Smith,  Nathan 

Smith,  Nathaniel 

Jones,  Sir  William 

King.  Jonas 

Stephens,  Henry 

Stephens,  Robert 

Watt,  James 

West,  Beniamin 

Whipple,  William 

Whitney.  Eli 

Wilson,  Alexander 

Young,  Arthur 


Bonaparte,  Louis  Napoleon.     See  Napoleon  III. 

Bonaparte,  Napoleon.     See  Napoleon  I.  , 

Bonneville's  adventures.     Irving,  W.  — — f~ 

Book  about  lawyers.     Jeaffreyson,  J.  C. 

Boone,  Daniel.     Life  of.      (In  Biographical  essays.)       ' 
Tuckerman,  H.  T. 

Borrow,  George.     Sketch  of  life.      (In  Brief  biogra- 
phies.)    Smiles,  S. 

Bowen,  Francis.    Life  of  Baron  Steuben.    (In  Amer- 
ican biography,  vol.  9.) 

—  Life  of  Sir  William  Phips.     (In  American  biogra- 

phg,  vol.  9. ) 
Bowman,  S.  M.     Sherman  and  his  campaigns. 
Boswell.  James.     Life  of  Samuel  Johnson.     (2  vols. 
Brainard,  David,      Life  of.      Peabody,    W.  B.  O. 

(In  American  biography,  vol.  8.) 

—  See  also  Biographical  essays.    Tuckerman,  H.  T. 


Contents; 


Arch,  Joseph 
Bradlaugh,  Charles 
Braasey,  Thomas 
Carter,  R   M . 
Chamberlain,  Joseph 
Cowan,  Joseph 
Dilke,  Sir  Charles 
Fawcett.  Profossor 
Holyoake,  G.  J. 
Hughes.  Thomas 


Lawson,  Sir  Wilfred 
Lubback,  S.r  John 
Mac  Donald,  Alexander 
Miall.  Edward 
Morley,  Samuel 
Mundella  A.  J. 
Odger,  George 
Plimsoll,  Samuel 
Richards,  Henry 
Taylor,  Peter  A. 


Brief  biographies:      English   statesmen. 
Higginson,  T.  W. 

Contents : 


(vol.    I.) 


Bright  Mr. 
Cairns,  Lord 
Childers,  Mr. 
Derby,  Earl  of 
Disraeli,  Mr. 
Forster,  Mr, 
Gladstone,  Mr. 
Goschen,  Mr. 


Granville.  Earl 
Hardy,  Mr.  Oarthorne 
Harcourt,  Sir  William 
Hartington,  Marquis  of 
Lowe,  Mr. 

Northcote,  Sir  Stafford 
Richmond,  Duke  of 
Russell,  Earl 
Salisbury,  Marquis  of 


Brief  biographies :  French  leaders,  (vol.  3.)  King,  E. 


Contents 


Broglie,  Due  de 
Buffet,  Louis  Joseph 
Chambord,  Comtede 
D.Audiffret-Pasquier,  Due  de 
D'Auuiale,  Due 
Dufaure,  Jules  Arinand 
Dupanloup,  Mouseigneur 
Dm  nl.  Edgar  Raul 
Favre,  Jules 
Ferry,  Jules 
Gaiubetta,  Leon 
Gravy,  Jules 


Hugo,  Victor 
Laboulaye,  Edouard 
Mac  Manon,  Marshal 
Ollivier,  Emile 
Paris,  Ccmte  de 
IV tut,  Casimir 
Picard,  Ernest 
Rochrfort,  Henri 
Rouher.  Eugene 
Simon,  Jules 
Thiers,  Louis  Adolphe 


Brief  biographies.     Smiles,  S. 

Brief  biographies:  German  political  leaders,    (vol.4.) 
Tuttle,  H. 


Contents: 


Arnlm,  Count  von 
Benuigscn,  Herr  von 
Bismarck,  Prince 
Cainphausen,  Herr 
Delbrttek,  Prcs. 
Faik.  Dr. 
Grust,  l'rt. 
Haeselmann.  Herr 
Hoheulohe,  Prime 
Jacoby,  Herr 


Lasker.  Herr 
Loewe,  Dr. 
Shulze-Dclitseh,  Herr 
Simeon,  Dr. 
Sonueiuanu,  Herr 
8ybel,  Prof,  von 
Trelteohke,  Prof. 
Virchow,  Prof, 
Windthorst,  Herr 


Bright. 


,  John.  See  English  statesmen.  (Brief  biog- 
raphies.    Higginson,  T.  W. 

Bronte,  Charlotte.     See  Nichols,  Mrs.  C.  B. 

Brown,  Charles  Brockden.  Life  of.  Prescott, 
W.  II.      (In  American  biography,  vol.  I.) 

—  See  also  Biographical  essays.  Tuckerman,  H.  T. 


BROWN. 


—  24 


DISRAELI. 


Brown,  Francis.  Life  of.  (In  Brief  biographies. ) 
Smiles,  S. 

Brown,  J.  W.     Life  of  Leonardo  da  Vinci. 

Brown,  T.  M.     Life  and  times  of  Hugh  Miller. 

Brown,  W.  H.  and  Johnston,  R.  M.  Life  of  Alex- 
ander H.  Stevens. 

Browning,  E.  B.  Life  of.  (In  Brief  biographies.) 
Smiles. 

Browning,  Robert.     Life  of.     (In  same.) 

Buckingham,  W.  C.  Memorial  address  on  life  and 
character  of.  * 

Bunyan,  John.     Life  of.     Macaulay,  T.  B. 

Buonarroti,  Michael  Angelo,  and  Raffaello  Sanzio 
d'Urbino.  Duppa,  R.,  and  Quatremere  De 
Quincey. 

Burder,  Thomas  H.     Life  of. 

Burleigh,  William  Cecil  (Lord).  Life  of.  Macau- 
lay,  T.  B. 

Burr,  Aaron.     Life  of.     (2  vols.)     Parton,  J. 

Byron,  George  Gordon  Noel  (Lord).  Memoir  of. 
(In  works. ) 

—  Same.  My  recollections  of.    Guiccioli  (Countess). 
Byron,  Isabella  Noel  (Lady).      Life  of.       (In  Bio- 
graphical sketches.)    Martineau,  H. 

o 

Cabot,  Sebastian.  Life  of.  Hayward,  C.  (In 
American  biography,  vol.  9.) 

CfflSar,  Caius  Julius.  History  of.  (2  vols.)  Bona- 
parte, Louis  Napoleon. 

Caldwell,  C.     Memoirs  of  Dr.  Holley. 

Calvert,  G.  H.     Goethe  ;  his  life  and  works. 

Campbell,  John  (Lord).  Lives  of  the  chief  justices  of 
England.     (2  vols.) 

—  Lives  of  the  lord  chancellors  of  England.  (7  vols.) 
Canning  George.  Biographical  sketch  of.  (In  works. ) 
Carlyle,' Thomas.     Life  of  Frederick  Schiller. 

—  Life  of  Oliver  Cromwell.     (2  vols. ) 

—  Early  kings  of  Norway  :  an  essay  on  the  portraits 

of  John  Knox.. 
Celebrities  of  the  past  and  present.     Macuen,  M. 
Cervantes  Saavedra,  Miguel  de.      Life  of.       (In  Bio- 
graphical miscellanies.)     Prescott,  W.  H. 
Chadwick,  Edwin.     Life  of.     (In  Brief  biographies.) 

Smiles. 
Chambers.  Robert.    Memoirs  of.    With  autobiograph- 
ical reminiscenses  of  William  Chambers. 
Channing,  E.  T.     Life  of  W.  Ellery.      (In  American 

biography,  vol.  6  ) 
Channing,  W.  E.     Thoreau,  the  poet  naturalist. 
Chapman,  M.   W.  (Ed. )       Autobiography  of  Harriet 

Martineau. 
Chateaubriand,  Francoise-Augiiste,  vicomte  de.      See 

Biographical  essays.     Tuckerman,  H.  T. 
Chatham,  Wm.  Pitt  (earl  oj).     Life  of,     Macaulay, 

T.  B. 
Charles  II  (of  England).   Count  Grammont's  memoirs 

of  the  court  of.     Scott,  Sir  Walter,  Ed. 
Chesterfield,  Philip  Dormer  Stanhope  (earl  oj).      In 

Biographical  essays. )     Tuckerman,  H.  T. 
Chief  Justices  of  England.      Lives  of.      Campbell, 

John  (Lord).  — 

Chisholm,    Mrs.     Caroline.       See  Brief  biographies. 

Smiles,  S. 
Chopin,  Frederick   Francis.      Life  of.       (In  German 

composers. ) 
Chorley,  Henry  Fothergill.  See  Bric-a-brac  series,  v.  1. 
Christ,  Jesus.— 

Beecher,  H.  W.      Life  of  Jesus,  the  Christ. 

Farrar,  F.  W.     Life  of  Christ.     (2  vols.) 

Fleetwood,  J.  Life  of  our  Lord  and  Savior 
Jesus  Christ. 

Parker,  J.  Ecce  Deus  :  Life  and  doctrines 
of  Jesus  Christ,  with  controversial  notes  on 
"  Ecce  Homo." 


Christ,  Jesus  (continued) — 

Renan  (J. )  E.     Life  of  Christ. 

Seeley,  J.  R.      Ecce  Homo,  a  survey  of  the 
life  and  works  of. 
Cibber,  Colly.     Apology  for  my  life. 
Clarejohn.     See  Brief  biographies.     Smiles,  S. 
Clarke,  James  Freeman.     Memorial  and  biographical 

sketches. 
Clay,  Henry.     Last  years  of.     Colton,  C. 
Clement,  Clara  E.     Hand  book  of  painters,  sculptors, 

architects  and  engravers. 
Clement,  J.     Noble  deeds  of  American  women. 
Cleveland,  H.  R.  Life  of  Henry  Hudson.   (American 

biography,  vol.  10.) 
Clinton,  De  Witt.     Sketch  of  life.     (In  Biographical 

essays.)    Tuckerman,  H.  T. 
Clough,  A.  H.     Plutarch's  lives.     (5  vols.) 

—  Same.     ^Complete  in  one  vol. 

CobdeD,  Richard.     See  Brief  biographies.    Smiles,  S. 

Coleridge,  Hartley.     Same  see. 

Coleridge,  Samuel  Taylor.       Memoir  of.     (In  works.) 

Colton,  Calvin.      Last  years  of  Henry  Clay. 

Columbus,  Christopher.    Life  of.   (3v. )     Irving,  W. 

Combe,  Dr.  Andrew.  -See  Brief  biographies.  Smiles,  S. 

Combe.  Geo.     See  Biog.  sketches.     Martineau,  H. 

Compendium  of  Irish  biography.     Webb,  Alfred. 

Constable,  Archibald.  See  Bric-a-brac  series,  vol.  10. 
Stoddard,  R.  H.  Ed. 

Constable,  John,  Life  of.  (In  Biographical  essays.) 
Tuckerman,  H.  T. 

Cooley,  T.  M.     Memoir  of  L.  Haynes. 

Cornwall,  Barry  (pseud.).  See  Proctor,  Bryan  Waller. 

Coverley,  Sir  Roger  de:  Life  of.  (From  the  Specta- 
tor.    In  Halj-hour  series. ) 

Craik,  D.  M.  (Miss  Mulock).  A  legacy:  being  the 
life  and  remains  of  John  Martin,  schoolmaster 
and  poet. 

Cromwell,  Oliver,     Life  of.     Carlyle,  T. 

—  Same.       Life   and  character  of.       Knatchbull- 

Hugessin,  E.  H. 
Croly,  D.  G.     Seymour  and  Blair. 
Curtis,  D.  G.     Life  of  Daniel  Webster.     (2  vols.) 
Cushman,  Charlotte.      Letters  and  memories  of  her 

life.     Stebbins,  E. 
Cyclopaedia  of  biography.     Appleton,  D.  &  C. 

—  Same.     Godwin,  P. 

D 

D'Arblay,  Frances  Burney.   Life  of.  Macaulay,  T.  B- 
Daring  exploits  of  the  buccaneers  of  America. 
Davidson,  Lucretia  M.      Life  of.     Sedgwick,  C.  M. 

(In  American   biography,  vol.  8. ) 
Davy,  Humphrey.    See  Biography  of  self  taught  men. 

Edwards,  B.  B. 
De  Bourriene,  M.     Memoirs  of  Napoleon  Bonaparte. 

(vol.  2.) 
De  Foe,  Daniel.     Life  of.       (In  Biographical  essays) 

Tuckerman,  H.  T. 
De  Quincey,  Q-  and  R.  Duppa.      Life   of  Michael 

Angelo,  and   Raphael. 
De  Quincey,  Thomas.      See   Biographical   sketches. 

Martineau.  H. 
Diary  and  correspondence.    (2  v.)    Robinson,  H.  C. 
Dickens,  Charles.     Life  and  writings  of.   Hanaford, 

J.H. 

—  See  also  Bric-a-brac  series,  vol.   2.      Stoddard, 

R.  H,  Ed. 

—  Also  Yesterdays  with  authors.     Fields,  J.  T. 
Diderot  and  the  encyclopaedists.     Morlev,  J. 
Disraeli,  Benjamin  (Earl  of  Beaconsfield).      Life  of. 

See   English   statesmen.      (Brief 'biographies.) 
Higginson,  T.  W. 

—  Same.     Political  adventures  of. 

—  Same.      Sketch  of  life  ;  with   100  cartoons  from 

London  Punch. 


DORAN. 


25  — 


HANAFORD. 


Doran,  John  (Dr.)     Knights  and  their  days. 
Duievant,  A.  L.  A.  D.    {George  Sand.)      Impres- 
sions and  reminiscences. 
Durer,  Albert.     See  Artist  biographies.     SWEETSER, 

'    M.  F„  Ed. 
Dasenb9rry,  B.  M.      Monument  to  Jackson. 
Dwight,  Wilder      Life  and  letters. 

E 

Early  kings  of  Norway  :  an  essay  on  the  portraits  of 
John  Knox.     Carlyle,  T. 

Eaton,  William  (General).  Life  of.  Felton,  C.  C. 
(American  biography,  vol.  9. ) 

Edward,  Thomas,  the  Scotch  naturalist.  Life  of. 
Smiles,  S. 

Edwards,  B.  B.     Biography  of  self  taught  men. 

Edwards,  Jonathan.  Miller,  S.  Life  of.  (Amer- 
ican biography,  vol.  8.) 

Edwards,  William.    See  Biography  of  self  taught  men. 

Elgin  (and  Kincardine),  James  Bruce,  earl  of.  Mar- 
tineau,  H.  Life  of.  (In  Biographical 
sketches. ) 

Eliot,  John.  Francis,  C.  Life  of.  (American  bi- 
ography, vol.  5.) 

Ellory,  W.  Channing,  E.  T.  Life  of.  (American 
biography,  vol.  6.) 

Ellet,  Mrs.  E.  F.     Queens  of  American  society. 

Eminent  Americans.     LossiNG,  B.  J. 

English  humorists  and  the  four  Georges.  (Lectures.) 
Thackery,  W.  M. 

English  men  of  letters.  (Series.)  Gibbon.  Mor- 
rison, J.  C. 

—  Johnson.     Stephen,  Leslie. 

—  Scott.     Hutton,  R.  II. 

English  radical  leaders.  (Brief  biographies  of.) 
HlNTON,  R.  J. 

English  statesmen.     Higginson,  T.  W. 
Everett,  A.  H.     Life  of  Joseph  Warren.     (In  Amer- 
ican biography,  vol.  10.) 
Everett,  Edward.     Life  of  Washington. 

F 

Famous  Americans  of  kecent  times.     Parton,  J. 

Fairfield,  Jane.     Life  of.     Fairfield,  S.  L. 
f       Faraday,  Michael.     Life  of.     Gladstone,  J.  R. 
-~'       Farragut  (David  Glascoe)  and  our  naval  commanders. 
Headley,  J.  T. 

Farrar,  Frederic  W.     Life  of  Christ.     (2  vols. ) 

Farrar,  Mrs.  John.     Recollections  of  seventy  years. 

Favre,  Jules.  See  French  leaders.  (Brief  biogra- 
phies. ) 

Felton,  C.  C.  Life  of  W.  Eaton.  (In  American 
biography,  vol.  9. ) 

Ferry,  O.  S.  Memorial  addresses  on  life  and  charac- 
ter of. 

Fietole,  Giovanni  Angelico  da  (Era  Angelico).  Life 
of.  See  Artist  biography.  Sweetser.  M.  F., 
Ed. 

FiftV  years  of  my  life.  Keppel,  G.  S.  (Earl  Albe- 
marle. ) 

Fitch,  John.     Life  of.     Westcott,  T. 

Fleetwood,  John.      Life  of  Christ  and  his  apostles. 

Fontaine,  James.     Memoirs  of  a  Huguenot  family. 

Footsteps  of  reformers  in  foreign  lands. 

Forney,  G.  W.     Anecdotes  of  pnblic  men. 

Forrest,  Edwin.     Life  of.     Rees,  Jamf.s. 

Four  years  with  General  Lee.     Taylor,  W.  H. 

Fowler,  W.  W.     Ten  years  in  Wall  street. 

Fos  (liev. )  John.     Book  of  martyrs.     (2  cop.) 

Franklin,  Benjamin.    Life  of.     (2  vols.)    Parton,  J. 

—  See  also  Biographical  essays.   Tuckerman,  H.  T. 
Franz,  Robert.       Life  of,      (In  great  German  com- 
posers. ) 


Frederick  William  IV,  king  of  Prussia.  See  Biogra- 
phical sketches.     Marti neau,  H. 

French  leaders,     Brief  biographies.     King,  E. 

Froebel,  Frederich.  Reminiscenses  of.  Maren- 
holz  Bulow,  Baroness,  von. 

Frothingham,  O.  B.     Life  of  Theodore  Parker. 

—  Tribute  to  T.  Starr  King. 

Froude,    James   A.       Life    and    times   of   Thomas 

a'Becket. 
Fuller,  Arthur  B.  (Chaplain).      Sketch   of  his   life. 

Fuller,  R.  F. 
Fuller,  Margaret.     See  Ossoli,  S.  M.  F.  d' 
Fulton,  Robert.     Life  of.     Reigart,  J.  F. 

—  See  also  American  biography,  vol.  10. 

—  Also  Biographical  sketches.     Tuckerman,  H.  T. 

a 

Gage,  W.  L.     Life  of  Carl  Ritter. 

Grama,  Vasco  da.  Voyages  and  adventures  of. 
Towle,  G.  M. 

Grambstta,  Leon.  See  Brief  biographies  French  lead- 
ers.    King.  E. 

Graskell,  Mrs.  E.  C.     Life  of  Charlotte  Bronte. 

German  leaders.    See  Brief  biographies.    Tuttle,  H. 

Gibbon,  Edward.  Autobiography  of.  Howells,  W. 
D.  Ed. 

—  See  also  English  men  of  letters.     Morrison,  J.  C. 
Gill.  W.  F.      Life  of  Edgar  A.  Poe. 

Gillies,  Robert  Pearse.    See  Bric-a-brac  series,  vol.  10. 
Gisbome,  Lionel.     Darien'journals.     (2  vols.) 
Gladstone,  J.  R.      Michael  Faraday. 
Gladstone,  William  Ewart.      See  English  statesmen. 

(Brief  biographies.  )     Higginson,  T.  W. 
GlUCk,  Ritter   Christoph    Wilibald    Von.       Life    of. 

(In  great  German  composers. ) 
Qobright   L.  A.     Men  and  things  in  Washington  dur- 

the  third  of  a  century. 
Godwin,  Parke.     Cyclopaedia  of  biography. 
Goethe,  Johann  Wolfgang  von.       His  life  and  works. 

Calvert.  G.  H. 
Goldoni,  Carlo.     Autobiography  of.       Howells,  W 

D.  Ed. 
Goldsmith,  Oliver.     Life  of.     Macaulay,  T.  B. 

—  See  also  sketch  of,  in  works. 
Gordon,  Elizabeth  (duchess  of ).     Life  and  letters  of. 

Stuart,  A.  M. 

Gordon,  Mrs.  M.  Memoir  of  John  Wilson  (Christo- 
pher North). 

Gough,  John  B.  Autobiography  and  personal  recol- 
lections of. 

Granville,  George  Levison-Gower  (earl).  See  Eng- 
lish statesmen.  (Brief  biographies.)  Hig- 
ginson, T.  W. 

Great  German  composers. 

Contents : 


-f 


Bach. 

Beethoven. 

Chopin. 

Franz; 

(iluck. 

Handel 

Haydn. 


MendelnBohn. 

n.MoKiit. 

chubert. 
*Yliuiimlin. 
Wagner. 
Weber. 


Greeley,  Horace.     Recollections  of  a  busy  life. 

Grey,  C.  (Earl).  Queen  Victoria's  memoirs  of  the 
Prince  Consort. 

Grey,  Lady  Jane.     Life  of.     Bartlett,  E.  W. 

Guiccioli,  Teresa  Gamba  (Countess).  My  recollec- 
tions of  Lord  Byron,  and  those  of  eye  witnesses 
of  his  life. 

Gindo.     See  Reni. 

Guizot,  F.  P.  T.     St.  Louis  and  St.  Calvin.     (2  cop. 

Hailam,  Henry.  See  Biographical  sketches.  Mar 
tineau,  H. 

Hamerton,  Philip  Gilbert.     Modern  Frenchmen. 

Hanpden,  John.     Life  of.     Macaulay.  T.  B. 

Hanaford,  J-  H.     Life  and  writings  of  Chas.  Dickens 

—  Life  of  George  Peabody. 


HANDEL. 


—   26 


LYON. 


Handel,  George  Frederick.  Life  of.  (In  great  Ger- 
man composers. ) 

Hare,  A.  J.  C.     Records  of  a  quiet  life. 

Harness,  William.  See  Bric-a-brac  series,  vol.  4. 
Stoddard,  R.  H.,  Ed. 

Harvey,  Peter.     Reminiscences  of  Daniel  Webster. 

Hatton,  Richard  H.      English  men  of  letters  :  Scott. 

Havelock,  General  H.  (K.  C.  B.)     Life  of.       Head- 

Lmr,  J.  T. 

Haven,  Mrs.  A.  B.     Cousin  Alice  :  a  memoir. 

Haydn,  Joseph.  Life  of.   (In  great  German  composers. ) 

Haydon's  life,  letters  and  table  talk.  (Sans  Souci  se- 
ries.)    Stoddard,  R.  H. 

HayneS,  L.     Memoir  of.     Cooley,  T.  M. 

Hayward,  C.  Life  of  Sebastin  Cabot.  (American 
biography,  vol.  9.) 

Hfczlett,  William.     See  Bric-a-brac  series,  vol.  9. 

Headley,  J-  T.     Farragut  and  our  naval  commanders. 

—  Life  of  General  H.  Havelock. 

—  Life  of  Napoleon  and  his  marshals. 
Headley,  P-  C.     Life  of  General  Lafayette. 

—  Life  of  Louis  Kossuth. 

—  Life  of  Emperor  Napoleon. 

—  Life  and  military  career  of  Major-General  Philip 

Henry  Sheridan. 

—  Historical  and  descriptive  sketches  of  women  of  the 

Bible. 

Helps,  Arthur.     Brassey's  life  and  labors. 

Henry,  Patrick.     Life  of.     Wirt,  William. 

Heroes  of  Europe.     Hewlett,  N.  G. 

Heroines  of  history.    Jenkins,  J.  S. 

Hewlett,  N.  G.      Heroes  of  Europe. 

Higginson,  T.  W.  English  statesmen.  (Brie/biogra- 
phies. ) 

Hinton,  R-  J-  English  radical  leaders.  (Brief  biog- 
raphies. ) 

Hillard,  G.  S.  Life  and  campaigns  of  G.  B.  McClel- 
lan. 

—  Life  of  Capt.  John  Smith.     (American  biography, 

vol.  2.) 
Hodder,  George.    See  Bric-a-brac  series.    Stoddard, 

R.  H.,  Ed. 
Holland,  H.  R.   V.  F.   (Baronet.)      Recollections   of 

past  life. 
Holmes.  O.  W.     John  Lothrop  Motley. 
Homes    of    American    authors  :    with     biographical 

sketches. 
Howells,  W.  D.,  Ed.     Autobiographies. 


Alfleri.  Vittorio 
Baireuth,  Margravine  of 
Gibbon,  Edward 


Goldoni,  Carlo 
Mamiunte!,  Jean  Francoia 


Hllghes,  T.     See  English  radical  leaders.       HiNTON, 

R..J. 
—  Memoirs  of  a  brother. 

Hugo,  Victor.     See  French  leaders.     King,  E. 
Humboldt,  (Friedrich  Heinrich)  Alexander  von.     See 

Biographical  sketches.     Martineau,  H. 
Hume,  David.     See  same. 
Hutchinson,  Mrs.  Lucy.      Memoirs  of  Colonel  John 

Hutchinson. 


Impressions  and  reminiscences.      Dudevant,  A.  L. 
A.  D. 
fc=z_  living,  Washington.     Bonneville's  adventures. 

—  Life  of  Columbus.     (3  vols. ) 

—  Life  of  Mahomet,     (vol.  1.) 


Jackson,  Andrew.     Life  of.     (3  vols.)     Parton,  J. 
Jameson,   Mrs.    Anna   Murphy.       See    Biographical 

sketches.     Martineau,  H. 
Jeaffrey80n,  J.  C.     Book  about  lawyers. 
Jefferson,  Thomas.     Life  of.     Randall,  H.  S. 


Jeffrey,  Francis.     See  Biographical  essays.     Tucker  - 
man,  H.  T. 

Jenkins,  John  S.     Heroines  of  history. 

JeSUS.     See  Christ. 

Jeter,  L  T.     Memoir  of  Mrs.  Shuck,  missionary. 

Joan  of  Arc. 

Johnson,   Andrew  (Seventeenth  President  of   United 
Stdles).     Great  impeachment  and  trial  of. 

—  Same.      Memorial  addresses  on  the  life  and  char- 
acter of. 

Johnston,  Richard  M.       Life  of  Alexander  H.    Ste-^ 
phens. 

K 

Kavanagh,  Julia.     Women  of  Christianity. 

Kean,  Edmund.     See  Biographical  essays.     Tucker, 

man,  H.  T. 
Keats,  John.     Memoir  of.     (In  works.)     Rossetti, 

W.iM.,  Ed. 
Keniady,  J-  P.     Life  of  William  Wirt. 
Eeppel,  G.  S.  (Sixth  earl  0/ Albemarle).     Fifty  years 

of  my  life. 
Kerr,  Michael.     Memorial  addresses  on  life  and  char- 
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Kibrizli,    Mehemet-Pasha,     Madame.     (Melek-Ham- 

mem).     Thirty  years  in  a  harem. 
King,  E.     French  leaders.     ( Brief  Biographies. ) 
King,  Thomas  Starr.     Tribute  to.       Frothingham, 

O.  B. 
Kingsley,    Charles.      Sir   Walter    Raleigh    and    hit 

times. 
Knatchbull-Hugessin,  E.  H.      Life  and  character  of 

Oliver  Cromwell. 
Knights  and  their  days.     Doram  (Dr.).  John. 
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Knights  of  the  frozen  sea. 
Kossuth,  Louis.     Life  of.     Headley,  P.  C. 
Krotel,  G.  F.     Life  of  Philip  Melancthon. 


Lafayette,  Marie-Jean-Paul-Roch-Yves-Gilbert-Mo- 
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Lai,  Mohan.     Life  of  Mohammed  Khan.    (2  vols.) 

Lamb,  Charles.  Memoir  of.  Proctor,  Bryan 
Waller.  (Barry  Cornwall.) 

Landor,  Walter  Savage.  -See  Biographical  sketches, 
Martineau,  H. 

Last  years  of  Henry  Clay.     Colton,  C. 

Ledderhorn,  Charles  F.       Life  of  Philip  Melancthon. 

Leonardo.     See  Vinci. 

Letters  and  memoirs.     Riedesel,  Madame  de. 

Lewes,  George  H.     On  actors  and  the  art  of  acting. 

—  Story  of  Goethe's  life. 

Leyden,  John.     See  Biography  of  self  taught  men. 

Life  and  letters.     Dwight,  W. 

Life  in  the  Mission.     Mackenzie,  R.  S. 

Lights  of  the  old  English  stage. 

Lind,  Jenny.  See  Biographical  essays.  Tuckerman, 
H.  T. 

Lives  of  the  Chief  Justices  of  England.  (2  vols.) 
Campbell,  John  (Lord). 

Lives  of  the  Lord  Chancellors  of  England.  (7  vols.) 
Campbell,  John  (Lord). 

Livingstone,  David.  Life  and  explorations  of.  Rob- 
erts, John  S. 

—  Same.     Last  journals  of. 

Log  of  an  ancient  mariner.     Wakeman,  E. 
Lorraine,  Claude    (Real  name,   Claude  Gelee).     See 

Artist  biography.     Sweetser,  M.  F. 
LOESing,  B.  J.     Eminent  Americans. 
Luyster,  Isophene  M.     Memoirs  and  correspondence 

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Macaulay,  Thomas  Babington  {Lord).  Life  and 
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—  Life  of  John  Bunyan. 

—  Life  of  Wm.  Cecil,  Lord  Burleigh. 

—  Life  of  William  Pitt,  Earl  of  Chatham.    . 

—  Life  of  Madame  D'Arblay. 

—  Life  of  Frederick  the  great. 

—  Life  of  Oliver  Cromwell. 

—  Life  of  John  Hampden. 

—  Life  of  William  Pitt. 

—  Life  of  Sir  William  Temple. 

—  Life  and  letters  of.     Trevelyan.  G.  0. 

—  See  also  Biographical  sketches.     Martineau,  H. 
McCheyne  (Rev. ),  Robert  Murray.     Life  and  remains 

of.     Bonar,  Andrew. 
McClollan,  George  B.     Life  and  campaigns  of.     HlL- 

lard,  G.  S. 
Mackenzie,  R-  S.     Life  of  Sir  Walter  Scott. 

—  Life  in  the  Mission. 

Maclear.  G.  F.     Apostles  of  mediaeval  Europe. 
Macrea&y's  reminiscences  and  diary.     Pollock,  Sir 

F.  Ed. 
Macuen,  Malcolm.  Celebrities  of  the  past  and  present. 
Mahomet.     Life  of.     (vol.  1.)    Irving,  W. 
Mann,  Horace.     Life  of.     By  his  wife. 
Marenholz-BllloW,  B.  von  (baroness).     Reminiscences 

of  Froebel. 
Margravine  of  Baireuth.     See  Baireuth. 
Marmontel,  Jean  Francois.     Memoirs  of.     Howells, 

W.  D.,  Ed. 
Martineau,  Harriet.     Autobiography  of.     Chapman, 

M.  W.  Ed. 
Martin,  John.     Life  and  remains  of.     Craik,  D.  M. 
Mary  Stuart  (Queen  0/ Scots).  Life  of.   Meline,  J.  F. 
Masson,  David.     Wordsworth,  Shelley  and  Keats. 
Mather,  Cotton.     Life  of.     Peabody,  O.  W.  B.     ylrt 

American  biography,  vol.  6.) 
Melancthon,  Philip.     Life  of.      Ledderhorn,  C.  F. 
Mead,  J-  W.     Memoir  of. 
Melek-Hammem.         See    Kibrizli    Mehemet    Pasha. 

(Madame). 
Meline,  J-  F.     Mary,  Queen  of  Scots. 
Memorial  and  biographical  sketches.     Clarke,  J.  F. 
Memorial  volume  of  the  first  thirty  years  of  the  Amer- 
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Memoirs  of  a  brother.     Hughes,  T. 
Memoirs  of  a  Huguenot  family.     Fontaine,  J. 
Mendelssohn-Bartholiy,  Felix.    Life  of.      (In  great 

German  composers.) 
Men  of  eminence. 
Merimee,  Prosper.       See  Bric-a-brac  series,  vol.  3.) 

Stoddard,  R.  H.,  Ed. 
Military  heroes.     Peterson,  C.  J. 
Mill,  fohn  Stuart.     Autobiography  of. 
Miller,  Hugh.     My  schools  and  schoolmasters. 

—  Brown,  T.  W.     Life  and  times  of. 

Miller,  Samuel.  Life  of  Jonathan  Edwards,  (Amer- 
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Miller,  William.     Life  of.     (2  cop.)     White,  J. 

Modern  Frenchmen.     Hamerton,  P.  G. 

Moltke,  Count  (Field  Marshal).  Letters  from  Rus- 
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Montgomery,  Richard.  Life  of.  Armstrong,  J. 
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Monument  to  Jackson.    Dussnbkkry,  B.  M. 
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Morley,  John.      Diderot  and  the  encyclopaedists. 
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—  Voltaire. 

Morrison,  James  C.      English  men  of  letters:  Gibbon. 
Morse,  F.  IS.     Life  of.      E*Rt MR,  S.  I. 
Morton,  O.  P.       Memorial  addresses  on  the  life  and 
character  of. 


Motley,  John  Lothrop.     Life  of.     Holmes,  O.  W. 

—  Life  of  Peter  the  great. 

Mozart,  Wolfgang  Amadeus.  Life  of.  (In  great 
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Murillo,  Bartholomi  Estevan.  See  Artist  biography. 
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Musset.  Alfred  de.     Biography  of.     Preston,  H.  W. 

My  recollections  of  Lord  Byron.  Guiccioli  (Count- 
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My  schools  and  schoolmasters.     Miller,  H. 


N 

Napoleon  I  (Emperor  of  France).     Life  of.     Head- 
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Napoleon  HI  (Emperor  of  France).      History  of  Ju- 
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—  Life  of.     Abbott,  J.  S.  C. 

Napoleon    and    his   marshals.       Life   of.      (2    cop.) 

Headley,  J.  T. 
Neander,  Augustus.      Life  of  Christ  and  his  apostles. 
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—  Same.     Reid,  T.  W. 

Noble  deeds  of  American  women.     Clement,  J. 


o 

On  actors  and  the  art  of  acting.  (vol.  1.)  Lewes> 
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Ossoli,  S.  M.  F.  d'  ( Margaret  Fuller).     Memoirs  of. 

Owen,  Robert.  See  Biographical  sketches.  Martin- 
eau, H. 


Palfrey,  F.  W.       Memoir  of  William  Bartlett. 
Parker,  Theodore.     Life  of.     Frothingham.  O.  B. 
PaTton,  James.      Famous  Americans  of  recent  times. 

—  Life  of  Andrew  Jackson.     (3  vols. ) 

—  Life  of  Aaron  Burr.      (2  vols.) 

—  Life  of  Benjamin  Franklin. 

Peabody,  George.     Life  of.     Hanaford,  J.  H. 

Peabody,  O.  W.  B.  Life  of  David  Brainard.  (In 
American  biography,  vol.  8.) 

?epys,  Samuel.     Memoir  and  diary. 

Peter  the  great.     Life  of.     Motley,  J.  L. 

Peterson,  Cj  J.     Military  heroes. 

Philosophers  and  actresses,    (v.  1.    Houssage,  T.  W. 

Pierce,  E.  L.  Memoirs  and  letters  of  Charles  Sum- 
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Pitt,  Wm.     Life  of.     Macaulay,  T.  B. 

Pius  LX  ( Giovani  Maria  Mastai  Ferreti),  (Pope). 
Life  of.     Shea,  John  Gilmary. 

Planche,  J.  Robinson.      See  Bric-a-brac  series,  vol  1. 

Plutarch's  lives.    (2  cop.)    Clough,  A. 

Poe,  Kdgar  A  ,  and  critics.     Whitman,  S.  E. 

Pollock,  Sir  F.     Macready's  reminiscences  and  diary. 

Pomeroy,  M.  M.   (Brick).     Life  of. 

Prentiss,  S.  S.  Memoir  of.  (2  vols. )  Ed.  by  his 
brother. 

PresCOtt,  W.  H.  Life  of  Charles  Brockden  Brown. 
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—  Life  of  Cotton  Mather.      (In  American  biography, 

vol.  6.) 

—  Biographical  and  critical  miscellanies. 

Preston,  Harriet  W.     Biography  of  Alfred  de  Musset. 
Prime,  S.  I.     Life  of  S.  F.  B.  Morse. 
Prison  bfe  and  reflections.     Thompson,  George. 
PrOCtor,    Bryan    Waller.        Memoirs    and     personal 

sketches  of. 
Putnam,  Israel.     Life  of.     Peabody,  O.  W.  B.     (In 

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Queens  of  American  society.     ELLET,  Mrs.  E.  H. 
Queens  of  society.     Wharton.  G.  and  P. 
Queen   Victoria's   memoirs   of    the   Prince    Consort. 
Grey,  C.  (Earl.) 

R 

Raffaello,  Sanzio  d'  Urbino.  Life  and  works  of  Mi- 
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—  See  also  Artist  biography.  Sweetser,  M.  F.,  Ed. 
Baikes,  Thomas.       See    Bric-a-brac   series,     vol.    7. 

Stoddard,  R.  H.,  Ed. 

Raleigh,  Sir  Walter,  and  his  times.      KlNGSLEY,  C. 

Randall,  Henry  L.     Life  of  Thomas  Jefferson. 

Raphael.     See  Raffaello. 

Recamier,  Jeannie  Francoise  Julie  Adelaide  Bernard. 
Memoirs  and  correspondence  of.  Tr.  and  ed. 
by  I.  M.  Luyster. 

Recollections  and  suggestions.   Russell,  John  (earl). 

Recollections  of  a  busy  life.     Greeley,  H. 
-  Recollections  of  past  life.      Holland,  H.  R.  W.  F. 

Recollections  of  seventy  years.     Farrar,  Mrs.  J. 

Records  of  a  quiet  life.     Hare,  A.  J.  C. 

Records  of  my  life.     Taylor,  John. 

Reeve,  L.     Men  of  eminence. 

Rees,  James  (Colly  Gibber).      Life  of  Edwin  Forrest. 

Reid,  T.  W.     Life  of  Charlotte  Bronte. 

Reigart,  J-  F.     Life  of  Robert  Fulton. 

Rembrandt,  Van  Ryn.  See  Artist  biography.  Sweet- 
ser, M.  F.,  Ed. 

Reminiscences  of  Froebel.    Marenholz-Bulow,  B. 

(baroness). 
Renan,  Ernest.     Life  of  Jesus. 

—  Life  of  the  apostles. 

Reni,  Guido.  See  Artist  biography.  Sweetser,  M. 
F.,  Ed. 

Renwick,  James.  Life  of  Robert  Fulton.  (In  Amer- 
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Representative  men  of  the  Pacific.     Shuck.  O.  T. 

Ritter,  Carl.     Life  of.     Gage,  W.  L. 

Robbins,  Archibald.     Journal. 

Roberts,  John  D.  Life  and  explorations  of  David 
Livingstone. 

Robinson,  Henry  Crabb.     Diary  and  correspondence. 

RoSSeaU,  Jean  Jaques.      Life  of.     MoRLEY,  J. 

Russell,  John  (earl).     Recollections  and  suggestions. 


s 

St.  Louis  and  St.  Calvin.  Guizot,  T.  P.  G.  (2  cop.) 
Sand,  George,  (pseud.)  See  Dudevant,  A.  L.  A.  D. 
Salisbury  (Marquis   of).       See    English   statesmen. 

(Brief  biographies.)     Higginson,  T.  W. 
Schiller,  Johann  Christoph  Friedrich  von.       Life  of. 

Carlyle,  T. 
Schubert,  Franz.     Life  of.     Austin,  G.  L. 

—  Same.     (In  great  German  composers.) 
Sohumann,  Robert.     Life  of.    ( In  great  German  com- 
posers. ) 

Scott,  Sir  Walter.       Memoirs  of  the  court  of  Charles 
II  (of  England). 

—  English  men  of  letters.      Hatton,  R.  H. 

—  Life  of.     Mackenzie,  R.  S. 
Seymour  and  Blair.     Croly,  D.  G. 
Shea,  John  G.     Life  of  Pius  IX. 

Shelley,  Percy  Bysshe.     Anecdote  biography  of.     (In 
Sans  Souci  series. ) 

—  See  also  Wordsworth,  Shelley  and  Keats.      Mas- 

son,  D. 
Sheridan,    Philip   H.    (Major  General.)         Life    of. 

Headley,  J.  T. 
Sherman  (W.  T.)  and  his  campaigns.  Bowman,  S.  \V. 
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Jeter.  J.  B. 
Stuck,  O.  T.     Representative  men  of  the  Pacific.      t 
Smiles.  Samuel.     Brief  biographies. t— 

—  Life  of  Thomas  Edward,  the  Scotch  naturalist. 

—  Life  of  George  Stevenson. 

Smith,  Capt.  John.     Life  of.     Hilliard,  G.  S.   (In 

American  biography,  vol.  2. ) 
Soto,  Ferdinand  de.      Life,  travels  and  adventures  of. 

Wilmer,  L.  A. 
Southern  generals;  who  they  are  and  what  they  have 

done. 
Sparks,  J ared.  Ed.    American  biography.     (10  vols.) 

—  Life  of  Washington. 

Spedding,  James.     Francis  Bacon  and  his  times.   (2  v.) 
Spirit  of  the  age ;  or,  contemporary  portraits. 
Spooner,  S.    Biographical  history  of  the  fine  arts.  (2  v. ) 
Stanley,   Arthur  Penrhyn    (Bean    of   Westminster). 

Scripture  portraits. 
StebbinS,  Emma.      Charlotte  Cushman  :  letters  and 

memories  of  her  life. 
Stephen,  Leslie.     Englishmen  of  letters  :     (Series.) 

Johnson. 
Stevens,  Thaddeus.      Memorial  addresses  on  the  life 

and  character  of. 
StOCqueler,  J-  H.      Life  of  Field  Marshal,  the   Duke 

of  Wellington. 
Stonehouse  [Sir),  James.     Life  of. 
Story  of  my  life.     Andersen,  Hans  C. 
Stuart,  A.  M.     Life  of  the  duchess  of  Gordon. 
Sumner,  Charles.       Memorial  addresses  on  life   and 

character  of. 

—  Memoirs  and  letters  of.     (2  vols.)     Pierce.  E.  L. 
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Taylor,  John.     Records  of  my  life. 

Taylor,  Tom.  Ed.  Leslie's  autobiographical  recollec- 
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Taylor,  Walter  H.     Four  years  with  General  Lee. 

Temple,  (Sir)  William.     Life  of.     Macaulay,  T.  B. 

Ten  years  in  Wall  street  (New  York).  Fowler,  W. 
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Thackeray,  W.  M.     See  Bric-a-brac  series,  vol.   2. 

Thirty  years  in  a  harem.  Kibrizli,  Mehemet 
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Thirty  years  in  the  United  States  Senate.  Benton, 
T.  H. 

Thompson,  G.     Prison  life  and  recollections. 

ThoreaU,  the  poet  naturalist.       CHANNING,  W.  E. 

Thrilling  incidents  in  the  political  life  of  an  Italian. 
TjRGOS,  F. 

TicknOr  George.     Life,  letters  and  journal.     (2  vols.) 

Titian,  Vecellio.  See  Artist  biography.  Sweetser, 
M.  F.  Ed. 

Towle  G.  M.  Voyages  and  adventures  of  Vasca  de 
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Trevelyan,  G.  O.     Life  and  letters  of  Lord  Macaulay. 

Tribute  to  T.  Starr  King.      Frothingham,  O.  B. 

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Underwood,  F.  H.     Hand-book  of  English  literature, 

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Upham,  T.  C.     Life  of  Madame  Guyon  and  Fenelon. 

(vol.i.) 
TJrgOB,  F.      Thrilling  incidents  in  the  political  life  of 

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Van  Dyck   (Sir)   Anthony.       See    Artist    biography. 

Sweetser,  M.  F..  Ed. 
Ver  Mehr,  J.  L.     Checkered  life. 
Vinci,  Leonardo  da.     Life  of.     Brown,  J.  W. 

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El. 
Voltaire,  Francois  Marie  Arouet  de.     Morley,  J. 

w 

Wagner,  Richard.  Life  of.  (In  great  German  com- 
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Wakeman,  Edgar.     Log  of  an  ancient  mariner. 

Warren,  Joseph.  Life  of.  Everett,  A.  H.  (In 
American  biography,  vol.  10.) 

Washington,  George  (First  President  of  United  States). 
Life  of.     Everett.  E. 

—  Same.     Life  of.     Sparks,  J. 
Watson,  Richard.     Life  of  Wesley. 

Wayne,  Anthony  (General).  Life  of.  ARMSTRONG, 
J.     (In  American  biography,  vol.  4.) 

Webb,  Alfred.     Compendium  of  Irish  biography. 

Weber,  Karl  Maria  von.  Life  of.  (In  great  German 
composers. ) 

Webster,  Daniel.     Life  of.     Curtis,  G.  T. 

—  Reminiscences  of.     Harvey,  P. 


Wellington,  Arthur  Wellesley  (Field  Marshal,  Duke 

of).     Stocqueler,  J.  H. 
Wesley,  John.     Life  of.     Watson,  R. 
Wharton,  G.  and  P.     Queens  of  society. 
White,  J.     Life  of  Joseph  Bates. 

—  Life  of  Wm.  Miller. 

Whlttier,  J.  G.,  Ed.  Journal  of  John  Woolman. 

Whitman.  Sarah  E.     Edgar  Poe  and  his  critics. 

Wilmer,  L.  A.  Life,  travels  and  adventures  of  Fer- 
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Wilson,  Henry.  Memorial  addresses  on  life  and 
character  of. 

Wilson,  John  (Christopher  North).  See  Biographical 
sketches.     Marti  neap,  H. 

Wirt,  William.     Life  of  Patrick  Henry. 

—  Life  of.     Kennady,  J.  P. 
Woodward,  A.     Life  of  General  Lyon. 
Woolman,  John.    Journal  of.     Whittier,  J.  G,,  Ed. 
Women  of  Christianity.     Kavanagh,  J. 
Wordsworth,  William.     See  Wordsworth,  Shelley  and 

Keats.     Masson,  D. 


Young,  Arthur.      See  Biography  of  self  taught  men- 

Edwards,  B.  B. 
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Stoddard,  R.  H.,  Ed. 


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Abbott,  J-     Home  book  of  wonders. 

Abel,  Clarke.     Journey  to  China  in  1816-17. 

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Adventures  in  Australia.     Jones,  H.  B. 

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Baker.    Sir   S.        Ismailia  :    expedition     to 

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(2  cop.) 
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(2  vols.) 
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Taylor,  (J.)  B.     Journey  to  Central 

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Amacis.  Edmonde  de.     Constantinople. 

America,  (North.;— 

Baxley,  H.  W.  What  I  saw  on  the  west 
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Bowles,  S.     Across  the  continent. 

Brace,  C.  L.     The  new  West. 

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Fremont,  Mrs.  J.  B.  Year  of  American 
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Hawthorne,  N.  Passages  from  American 
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Peto,  Sir  M. 

PUMPELLYt   R. 

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Stuart,  J.     Three  years  in. 

Taylor,  B.  F.     Between  the  gates. 

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Codman,  J.      Ten  months  in  Brazil. 

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AMERICAN. 


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CANOEING. 


f 


American  in  Iceland,  An.     Kneeland,  S. 

American's  sojourn  in  the  Celestial  Empire. 

Among  the  Arabs.     Naphegyi.  G. 

Among  the  Isles  of  Shoals.     Thaxter,  C. 

Among  the  sailors.     Jewell,  J.  G. 

Anderson,  Alexander  D.     Silver  country  of  the  great 

Southwest. 
Appleton's  short  trip  to  Europe.   (Guide.)  Morford, 

H. 
Appleton,  T.  G.     Nile  journeys. 

—  Syrian  sunshine. 

Arabia.— 

Bryant,  W.  C.     Letters  from  the  East. 
Taylor,  (J. )  B.     Travels  in. 
Arctic  regions.— 

Arctic  researches. 

Cook,  J.      First  voyage   along   the   coast    of 
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—  Arctic  explorations.     Second  Grinnell  expe- 
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Recent  polar  voyages. 

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Argentine  republic,  life  in.     Samiento,  O.  F. 
Armenia,  and  the  campaign  of  1877.     Norman,  C.  B. 
Around  the  world  in  the  yacht  Sunbeam.       Brassey, 

Mrs. 
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Arthur,  W.     Italy  in  transition,  (i860.) 

Asia.— 

Asiatic  researches. 

Burnaby,  F.     Ride  to  Khiva. 

Malcolm,  H.     Southeastern  Asia. 

Pijmpelly,  R,     Across  America  and. 

Vambery,  A.     Central  Asia. 

Vincent,  F.     Land  of  the  white  elephant. 
At  home  and  abroad.     Ossoli,  S.  M.  F.  d' 
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Atlantic  islands  as  resorts   of  health   and    pleasure. 

Benjamin,  S.  G.  W. 
Atlantic  navigator. 

B 

Bailey,  J.  M.      England  from  a  back  window  ;  with 

views  of  Scotland  and  Ireland. 
Baker,  Sir  Samuel.     Albert  Nyanza. 

—  Eight  years'  wanderings  in  Ceylon. 

—  Ismaila. 

—  Nile  tributaries  of  Abyssinia. 
Baker,  W.  M.     A  year  worth  living. 
Bancroft,  A.  L.     Tourists'  guide  to  Yosemite. 
Barnard,  J-  G.     Isthmus  of  Tehuantepec  :  being  the 

result  of  a  survey  for  a  railroad  to  connect  the 
Atlantic  and  Pacific  oceans. 

Barker,  Mary  Anne  (Lady).     Traveling  about. 

Barracouta,  voyage  of.    Tronson,  J.  M. 

Bartlett,  J.  R.  Personal  narrative  of  explorations 
and  incidents  in  Texas,  New  Mexico,  Califor- 
nia, Sonora  and  Chihuahua.     (2  vols.) 

—  Pictures  from  Sicily.     (2  vols. ) 
Bartlett,  W.  H.     Jerusalem  revisited. 
Bates,  H.  W.     Naturalist  on  the  Amazon. 

Baxley,  H.  W.     What  I  saw  on   the  west  coast    of 

North  and  South  America. 
Belcher   Sir  E.     Voyage  round  the  world. 
Belloc,  B.  P.     La  belle  France. 
Bellows,  H.  W.     Old  world  in  its  new  face. 
Beltram,  J-  C.       Pilgrimage  and   discoveries   of  the 

sources  of  the  Mississippi. 
Benjamin,  S.  G.  W.       Atlantic  islands  as  resorts  for 

health  and  pleasure. 
-  Turk  and  the  Greek. 


Between  the  gates.     Taylor,  B.  F. 
Bingham,  H.     The  Sandwich  Islands. 
Bishop,  Nathaniel  H.      Thousand  miles'  walk  across 
South  America. 

—  Voyage  of  the  paper  canoe. 

Boat  life  in  Egypt  and  Nubia.     Prime,  W.  C. 
Boisgelin,    Louis.      Travels   through     Denmark  and 

Sweden. 
Border  reminiscences.     Marcy,  R.  B. 
Bowles,  Samuel.     Across  the  continent. 

—  Our  new  West. 

Brace,  C.  L.     The  new  West. 

Brassey,  Mis.     Around  the  world  in  the  yacht  "  Sun- 
beam." 

Brazil.— 

Agassiz,  L.  and  Mrs.  C.  E.     Journey  in. 

Codman,  J.     Ten  months  in. 

Fletcher,  J.  C.  and  Kidder.  D.  P.      Brazil 

and  the  Brazilians. 
Bremer,  Miss  F.       Homes  of  the  new  world.       (2  v.) 

—  Life  in  the  old  world. 

Brewster,  A.  H.  M.     St.  Martin's  summer. 

Bride  of  the  Rhine  :  200  miles  in  a  Moselle  row-boat. 

Waring,  G.  A. 
Brcokes,  W,     General  gazetteer. 
Brown,  J-  R-     LandofThor. 

—  Yusef. 

Bryce,  James.     Constantinople. 
Bryant,  W.  C.     Letters  from  the  East. 

—  Letters  from  South  America. 

—  Letters  from  Spain. 
Buchanan,  Robert.     Land  of  Lome. 
Buckingham,  J-  S,       America  :  eastern  and    western 

States.      (2  vols.) 
Buffum.  E.  G.       Sights   and   sensations  in   France, 

Germany  and  Switzerland. 
Burnaby,  F.     Ride  to  Khiva. 
Burrows,  Silas  E.     Russia  and  America. 
Butler,  C.  M.     Inner  Rome. 
Butler,  H.  F.     Wild  north  land. 
By  sea  and  by  land.     Merriwether,  N.  H. 
By-ways  of  Europe.     Taylor,  Bayard. 

0 

California.— 

Abbott,  H.  L.  Report  of  explorations  made 
by  R.  S.  Williamson,  from  Sacramento  Val- 
ley to  Columbia  River,  in  1855. 

Coffin,  C.  C.  Our  new  way  round  the 
world. 

Dana,  R.  H.     Two  years  before  the  mast.  ^JL_ 

Dilke,  C.  W.     Greater  Britain. 

King,  C.      Mountaineering  in  the  Sierra  Ne-  _1 , 

vada. 

Leslie,  Mrs.  F.  From  Gotham  to  the  Gold- 
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Lippincott,  S.  J.  (Grace  Greenwood. )  New 
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Nordhoff,  C.  California  :  a  book  for  trav- 
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Parkk,  J.  G.  Narrative  of  exploration  of 
railroad  routes  in  California,  to  connect  with 
routes  near  the  32d  parallel  from  San  Fran- 
cisco to  Los  Angeles,  west  of  the  Coast 
Range. 

Prime,  E.  D.  G.     Around  the  world. 

Saxon,  I.  Five  years  within  the  Golden  Gate 
(1862-7). 

Taylor,  (].)  B.     California  and  Mexico. 

Todd,  J.     Sunset  land. 
Cairo,  Jerusalem  and  Damascus,  excursion  to.  Jones, 

G. 


Canoe  and  the  saddle.     Winthrop,  T. 
Canoeing  in  Kanuckia.     Habberton,  J.,  and  Nor 
ton,  0.  L. 


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CARPENTER. 


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FLAGG. 


Carpenter,  W.  W.  Adventures  and  travels  in  Mexico* 

Carr,  John.     Stranger  in  Ireland. 

Carrington,  Mrs.  M.  I.     Absaraka. 

Castilian  days.    Hays,  J. 

Castle  St.  Angelo.     Story,  W.  W. 

Central  America.     STEPHENS,  J.  L. 

Cesnola,  Louis    Palma  di.     {General.)     Cyprus:    its 

ancient  cities,  tombs  and  temples. 
Ceylon,  eight  years'  wanderings  in.     Baker,  Sir  S. 
Chili  and  La  Plata.     MlERS. 

China,— 

Abel,  C.     Journey  to,  in  1816-17. 

Doolittle^.J.     Social  life  of  the  Chinese. 

Nevius,  H.  S.  C.     Our  life  in. 

Nevius,  J.  L.     China  and  the  Chinese. 

Taylor,  (J.)  B.      India,  China  and  Japan  in 
1863. 

Thomson,    J.       Malacca,     Indo-China    and 
China. 

Tiffany,  O.     American's  sojourn  in  the  celes- 
tial empire. 
Christmas  holidays  in  Rome.      (2  cop.)     KlP,  W.  I. 
Christmas  in  the  West  Indies.     KlNGSLEY,  C. 
Cincinnatus.  (pseud.)     Western  slope  of  the  Mexican 

Cordillera. 
Cleveland,  R.  J-     Voyages  and  enterprises. 
Codmau,  John.     Ten  months  in  Brazil. 
Coffin,  C.  C.  (Carleton.)      Our  new   way  'round  the 

world.     (2  cop.) 

—  Seat  of  empire.     (2  cop) 

CollingWOOd,  C.       Naturalist's  rambles   in  the  China 
seas. 

Constantinople.— 

Amacis,  E.  de.     Constantinople. 

Bryce,  J.     Same. 

Gautxer,  T.     Same. 
Cook,  (Oapt.)  James.     Voyages.     (2  vols.) 
Cooper,  F.     England.     (2  vols.) 
Copehnd,  R.  M.     Country  life. 
Country  life.    Copeland,  R.  M. 
Country  of  the  dwarfs.     Dv  Chaillu,  P. 
Cremony,  J-  C.     Life  among  the  Apaches.       (2  cop.) 
Crowned  in  Palm-land.     Nassau.  R.  H. 
Cruise  of  the  Betsy.     Miller,  H. 
Cruise  of  the  Dolphin.     (2  cop.)     Lee,  S.  P. 
Cruise  of  the  Challenger.     Spry,  W.  J.  J. 
CummingS,  Gordon.     Wild  men  and  wild  beasts. 
Curtis,  G.  W.     Howadji  in  Syria. 

—  Nile  notes. 

Custer,  George  A.  (General.)      My  life  on  the  plains. 
Cyprus  :  its  ancient  cities,  tombs  and  temples.     Ces- 
nola, L.  P.  DI. 


D 

D.,  C.  C.  J.     Old  world  seen  with  young  eyes. 

Sale,  R.  W.      Impressions  of  America. 

Dana,  R-  H.     Two  years  before  the  mast. 

Davis,  W.  M.     Nimrod  of  the  sea. 

Dead  Sea  and  the  River  Jordan.     Lynch,  W.  F. _ 

De  Hubner,  M.  le  Baron.        Ramble  round  the  world. 

Denmark  and  Sweden.      (2  vols.)     Boisgelin,  I-. 

Desert  of  the  exodus.     Palmer,  E.  H. 

Dilke,  C.  W.     Greater  Britain. 

Directories.— 

Alameda  and  Contra  Costa  Counties,  187 1   72. 

Alameda,  centennial  book  of,  1876.      Halley, 
W. 

American  newspaper  directory.  1871-73. 

Oakland,  1869-70-72-73-75-76-77-78-79. 

Pacific  coast  business  directory,  1869. 
Discoveries  at  Nineveh.      La  yard,  F. 
Discovery  of  the  great  west.     Parkman,  F. 
Donaphan,  A.  W.       Expedition  and  conquest  of  Mex- 


Du  Chaillu,  Paul  B.     Country  of  the  dwarfs. 

—  Journey  to  Ashango  land. 

—  Lost  in  the  jungle. 

—  My  Apingi  kingdom. 

—  Stories  from  the  gorilla  country. 

—  Wild  life  under  the  equator. 

Dufferin,  F.  T.  B.  (Lord.)  Letters  from  high  lati- 
tudes ;  being  some  account  of  a  voyage  in  the 
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Mayen  and  Spitzbergen,  in  1856. 


E 

Egypt. — 

Appleton.  T.  G.     Nile  journeys. 

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Bryant,  W.  C.     Letters  from  the  East. 

Coffin,  C.  C.     New  way  'round  the  world. 

Field,  H.  M.     From  Egypt  to  Japan. 

McCoan,  J.  C.     Egypt  as  it  is. 

Prime,  E.  D.  G.     Around  the  world. 

Prime,  W.  C.     Boat  life  in  Egypt  and  Nubia. 

Taylor,  (J.  J  B.     Egypt  and  Iceland. 
Eighteen  months  on  a  Greenland  whaler.   Faulkner 

J.  P. 
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the  holy  land. 
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"  Dobbs'  Galley"    and    "California,"   in  the 

years    1746-47,     for   discovering    a    northwest 

passage  ;  with  an  accurate  survey  of  the  coast, 

and  a  short  natural  history  of  the  country. 
Ellis,  John  B.      Sights  and  secrets   of  the   national 

capital. 

England.— 

Bailey,  J.  M.     England  from  a  back  window. 

Cooper,  J.  F.     England.     (3  vols.) 

Haesler,  C.  H.     Across  the  Atlantic. 

Hare,  A.  J.  C.     Walks  in  London. 

Hawthorne,    N.      Passages     from     English 
note-books. 

Taine,  H.     Notes  on. 
English  governess   at  the   Siamese   court.       Leon- 

owens,  A.   H. 
Eothen.    Kinglake,  E.  W. 
Europe.— 

Abbott,  J.       Rollo's  tour  in  Europe.      (Juve- 
nile fiction.) 

Bellows,  H.  W.     Old  wo.ld  in  its  new  face. 

Browne,  J.  R.     Land  of  Thor. 

Clemens.  S.  L.     Innocents  abroad. 

Field,  K.     Hap-hazard. 

Guild,  C.     Over  the  ocean. 

Hunt,  H.     Bits  of  travel. 

Longfellow,  H.  W.     Outre-Mer.      (2  cop.) 

Mitchell,  D.  G.     Fresh  gleanings. 

Ossoli,  S.  M.  F.  D.'        At  home  and  abroad. 

Prime,  S.  I.     Europe  and  the  East. 

Revere,  J.  W.     Keel  and  saddle. 

Taylor,  Bayard.     By-ways  of  Europe. 

—  Views  afoot. 
European  Turkey. 

Evans,  Albert  S.     Our  sister  republic. 
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Faulkner,  J  •  P-  Eighteen  months  on  a  Greenland 
whaler. 

Field,  H.  M.     From  Egypt  to  Japan. 

Field,  K.     Ten  days  in  Spain. 

Field  sports.     (2  vols.)    Forrester,  F. 

Fire-side  travels.     Lowell,  J.  R. 

Five  years  within  the  Golden  Gate.     Saxon,  I. 

Flagg,  Wilson..  Woods  and  by-ways  of  New  Eng- 
land. 


FOOTE. 


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Foote,  A.  H.     Africa  and  the  American  flag.  (2  cop. ) 
Forrester,  F.     Field  sports.     (2  vols. ) 

France.— 

Belloc,  B.  P.     La  belle  France. 

Bryant,  W.  C.     Letters  from  the  East. 

Buffum,  E.  G.  Sights  and  sensations  in 
France,  Germany  and  Switzerland. 

Craik,  D.  (M. )  M.     Fair  France. 

Haesler,  C.  H.     Across  the  Atlantic. 

Hawthorne,  N.  Passages  from  French  and 
Italian  note-books. 

Michelet,  J.     France  before  Europe. 
Fremont,  Mrs.  J.  B.     Year  of  American  travel. 
Fremont,  J-  C.     Exploring  expeditions  to  the  Rocky 

Mountains. 
French  at  home.     Rhodes,  A. 
Freese,  Jacob  R.      Old  world,   Palestine,   Syria  and 

Asia  Minor. 
Fresh  gleanings.     Mitchell,  D.  G. 
From  Egypt  to  Japan.     Field,  H.  M. 
From  the  Hub  to  the  Hudson.     Gladden,  W. 

G 

OaddingS  with  a  primitive   people.       Grohman,  W. 

A.  Baillie. 
Gautier,  T.     Constantinople. 

—  Winter  in  Russia. 

Gazetteer.— 

Crookes,  R.  General  gazetteer  :  or  compen- 
dious geographical  dictionary  :  containing  a 
description  of  the  empires,  kingdoms,  states, 
provinces,  cities,  towns,  ports,  seas,  harbors, 
rivers,  lakes,  mountains,  capes,  &c,  in  the 
known  world. 

Germany,  (2  v. )  Stael-Holstein,  a.  L.  g.  M.  N. 

Gilmore,  Parker.    (Ubique.)     Great  thirst  land. 

—  Prairie  and  forest. 

Glaciers  of  the  Alps.    (2  vols.)    Tyndall,  J. 

Gladden,  W.     From  the  Hub  to  the  Hudson. 
Going  to  Jericho.     Swift,  J.  F. 
Goodrich,  F.  B.     Ocean's  story. 

—  Man  upon  the  sea. 

Greater  Britain.     Dilke,  C.  W. 

Gray,  Albert  Zabriskie.     Mexico  as  it  is. 

Great  thirst  land,  The.     Gilmore,  P. 

Great  west  and  the  Pacific  coast.     Rushing,  J.   F. 

Greece  — 

Anderson,  H.  C.  Poet's  bazaar,  A;  pictures 
of  travel  in. 

Benjamin,  S.  G.  W.     Turk  and  Greek. 

Taylor,  (J. )  B.    Travels  in  Greece  and  Russia. 

Tuckerman,  C.  K.     Greeks  of  to-day. 
Greeks  of  to-day.    Tuckerman,  C.  K. 
Greek  vignettes.      A  sail  in  the  Greek  seas,  summer  of 

1877.     Harrison,  J,  A. 
Greenwood,  Grace  (pseud.).     See  Lippincott,  S.  J.  C. 
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people. 
Guild,  Curtis.     Over  the  ocean. 

H 

Habberton,  J-,  and  Norton,  C.    E.       Canoeing  in 

Kanuckia. 
Habersham,  A.  W.     My  last  cruise. 

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Haesler,  C.  H.     Across  the  Atlantic. 
Hand-Writing  of  God  in  Egypt,  Sinai  and    the   Holy 

Land.     Randall,  D.  A. 
Hare,  A.  J.  C.     Walks  in  London. 

—  Walks  in  Rome. 

Harrison,  James  A.      Greek  vignettes.      A  sail  in  the 

Greek  seas,  summer  of  1877. 
Havens,  Gilbert.     Mexico  :  our  next  door  neighbor. 
Hawaii.    Hopkins,  Manlky. 


Hawthorne,  Julian.     Saxon  studies. 
Hawthorne,  N.       Passages  from  American  note-books. 
(2  vols.) 

—  Passages  from  English  note-books.     (2  vols.) 

—  Passages  from  French  and  Italian  note-books. 
Hay,  John.       Castilian  days. 

Hayes,  I-  L     Land  of  desolation. 

—  Open  polar  sea. 

Hazard,  Samuel.     Santo  Domingo,  past  and  present  ; 

with  a  glance  at  Hayti. 
Hazen,  W.  A.    (General.)      School  and  the  army  in 

Germany  and  France. 
Helper,  Arthur.     Our  life  in  the  Highlands. 
Holman,   James.        Travels   through    Russia,   Siberia, 
Poland.  Austria,  Saxony,  Prussia  and  Hanover. 
Holy  land.— 

Bartlett.  J.  R.     Jerusalem  revisited. 

Clemens.  S.  L.     Innocents  abroad. 

Elliott,  G.  W.     Remarkable   characters   and 
places  of. 

Freese,  J.  R.     Old  world. 

Lynch,  W.  W.    Dead  sea  and  the  river  Jordan. 

Palmer,  E.  A.     Desert  of  the  exodus. 

Prime,  W.  C.     Tent  life  in. 

Randall,  D.    A.        Hand-writing  of  God  in 
Egypt.  Sinai  and  the  Holy  land. 

Swift.  J.  F.     Going  to  Jericho. 
Homes  of  the  new  world.     Bremer,  F. 
Hours  of  exercise  in  the  Alps.     Tyndall,  J. 
Howadji  in  Syria.     Curtis,  G.  W. 
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Tourist's  guide.     Bancroft,  A.  L. 
Tour  in  Sweden,  A.     Laing,  S. 
Traditions  of  De-Coodah.    Pidgeon,  W. 
Trans-Atlantic  sketches.    James,  H.,  Jr. 
Travels  and  study  in  Italy.     Norton,  C.  E.  ( 
Traveling  about.    Barker.  M.  A.  (Lady.) 
Travels  through   Russia,    Siberia,    Poland,    Austria, 

Saxony,  Prussia  and  Hanover  during  the  years 

1822-23-24.     Holman,  J. 

Turkey.— 

European. 

Benjamin,  S.  G.  M-     Turk  and  Greek. 

Browne,  J.  R.     Yusef. 

Bryant,  W.  C.     Letters  from  the  East. 

Mackenzie,  G.  W.      Traveling  in  Turkey  in 
Europe. 

Prime,  E.  D.  G.     Around  the  world. 

Poole,  S.  L.     Twenty  years'  residence  among 
the  people  of. 
Traveliand  researches  in  Eastern  Africa.     Krapf,  L 

L. 
Trollope,   Anthony.      North   America,    West   Indies 

and  Spanish  Main. 
Tronson,  J-  M.     Voyage  of  the  "  Barracouta." 
Tuckerman,  H.  T.     Greeks  of  to-day. 
Turk  and  the  Greek.     Benjamin,  S.  ti.  W. 


TURKISTAN. 


36- 


MOURIER. 


Turkistan,    Schuyler,  Eugene. 

Twenty  years'  residence  among  the  people  of  Turkey. 

Poole.  S.  L. 
Two  thousand  miles  on  horseback.     Meline,  J.  F. 
TWO  years  before  the  mast.     Dana,  R.  H. 
Tyndalli  John.     Glaciers  of  the  Alps.     (2  vols.) 
—  Hours  of  exercise  in  the  Alps. 
Typeo  ;  or  four  months  in  the  Marquesas. 

u 

Ubicpie.  (pseud.)     See  Gillmore.  P. 

TTlloa,  Gr.  J.,  and  Anthony.      Secret   expedition  to 

Peru. 
United  States. — 

Abbott,  J.     Home  book  of  wonders. 
Anderson,  A.  D.     Silver  country  of  the  great 

South-west. 
Bremer,  F.     Homes  of  the  new  world. 
Buckingham,  J.   S.      Eastern   and   Western 

States. 
Dickens,  C.     American  notes. 
Dilke,  C.  W.     Greater  Britain. 
Ellis,  J.  B.     Sights  and  secrets  of  the  nation- 
al capital. 
Flagg,  W.     Woods  and  by-ways  of  New  Eng- 
land. 
Ossoli,  S.  M.  F.  d'.      At  home  and  abroad. 
Rubio.     Ramble  in  United  States  and  Canada. 

— 4 Taylor,  Bayard.     At  home  and  abroad. 

See  also  North  America,  etc. 
UrgOS,  F.     Thrilling  life  sketches. 

V 

Vattbery,  A.     Travels  in  Central  Asia. 

Valley  of  the  Amazon,   exploration  of.       Herndon, 

^  W.  L.,  and  Gibbon,  L. 
Venetian  life.    Howells,  w.  D. 

Victor,  F.  F.     River  of  the  west. 

Views  afoot.     Taylor,  (J.)  B. 

Vincent,  F.     Land  of  the  white  elephant. 

—  Through  and  through  the  tropics. 

Visit  to  Mexico.     (2  vols.)     Robertson,  W.  P. 

Voyages.— 

Belcher,    Sir    E.      Narrative   of  a   voyage 
round  the  world,  1836-42.     (2  vols.) 


Voyages  (continued.) — 

Bishop,  N.  H.     Voyage  of  a  paper  canoe. 
Cleveland,  R.  J.     Narrative  of  voyages  and 

commercial  enterprises. 
Cook,  Capt.  T.      Voyages  around  the  world, 

1768-76. 
Ellis,  H.     Voyage  to  Hudson's  Bay  in  1746- 

47- 

Voyages  and  adventures  of  the 


King,  P.  B. 
"Beagle." 
Mavor,  W. 

MORELL,  B. 

Thompson,  Sir  E.  W. 

lenger." 
Tronson,  J.  M. 
Vancouver,  G 


Voyages  and  travels.       (7  vols. ) 
Voyages. 

Voyage  of  the  "  Chal- 


Voyage  of  the  "Barracouta." 
Voyages.     (6  vols.) 


w 


j.c. 


Walks  in  London.     Hare,  A. 

Walks  in  Rome.     Same. 

Wallace,  A.  R.     Malay  archipelago. 

Wallace,  D.  Mac  Kenzie.     Russia. 

Waring,  G.  E.      Bride  of  the  Rhine  :  two  hundred 

miles  in  a  Moselle  row  boat. 
Warner,  Charles  D.     In  the  Levant. 

—  My  winter  on  the  Nile. 

—  Saunterings. 

Westward  empire.     Magoon,  E.  L. 

What  I  saw  on  the  west  coast  of  North  and  South 

America. 
Wild  life  under  the  equator,     Du  Chaillu,  P. 
Wild  men  and  wild  beasts.     Cummings,  G. 
Wild  north  land.     Butler,  W.  F. 
Winter  in  Russia.     Gautier,  T. 
Winthrop,  T.     Canoe  and  saddle. 
Woods  and  by-ways  of  New  England.       Flagg,  W. 


Y 

Journey 


to     Switzerland. 


Yates,   Mrs.    Ashton 

(2  vols.) 

Year  of  American  travel.     Fremont,  Mrs.  J 
Year  worth  living,  A.     Baker,  W.  M. 
Yellowstone,  The.     Taylor,  Bayard. 
Yusef.    Browne.  J.  R. 


SCIENCE. 


Science  for  the  young. 


Abbott,  Jacob.       Heat. 
Light. 
AbOllt,  E.       Hand-book   of  social   economy;  or  the 

worker's  ABC.        « 
Adams,  H.  C.     Humming-birds. 

Advancement  of  science.    Tyndall,  J. 

Louis.     Contributions  to  the  natural  hittory 
of  the  United  States,     (vol.  3.) 

—  Geological  sketches.     (2  cop.) 

—  Methods  of  study  in  natural  history. 

—  Principles  of  zoology. 

—  Seaside  studies  in  natural  history. 

—  Structures  of  animal  life. 

—  And  others.      Tribune  of  popular  science. 

Agriculture.— 

Coleman.  Henry.     European. 
Doun.  J.     Catalogue  of  plants. 


i  Architecture  (continued.) — 

Downing.  C.     Selected  fruits  for  garden  and 
market. 
Airy,  George  Biddell.     Popular  astronomy. 
Allen,  John.     Blessed  bees,  The. 
j  AlleppO,  natural  history  of.     Day,  J. 
!  Algebra.— 

Day,  J.     Introduction  to. 
Robinson,  H.  N.     New  university. 
!  American  addresses.    Huxley,  T.  H. 
;  American  commercial  law  for  business  men.     Cham- 
berlain, F. 
AmOS,  Sheldon.     Science  of  law. 

Anatomy.— 

Gray,  A.     Anatomy,  descriptive  and  surgical. 
Hitchcock,  E.     Anatomy  and  physiology. 
MlALL,  L.  C.     Studies  in  comparative,  No.  1. 
Mitchell,  S.  W.      Lessons  in  elementary. 
Mourier,  M.     Skull  of  the  crocodile.     (Nat- 
ural history  series. ) 


ANCIENT. 


—  37  — 


CARPENTER. 


Ancient  life  history  of  the  earth.     Nicholson,  N.  A. 
Ancient  stone  implements  of  Great  Britain.     Evans, 

Animal  kingdom.    Wood,  J.  G. 

Animal  locomotion.     Pettigrew,  J.  B. 

Animal  parasites  and  messmates.       Van  Beneden, 

•      ,PJ- 

Animals.— 

Agassiz.  L.     Structure  of  animal  life. 

BUFFON,  G.  L.  L.     Natural  history  of. 

Hamilton,  P.  G.     Chapters  on. 

Menault,  E.     Intelligence  of. 

Tenney,  S.     Natural  history  of. 

Pettigrew,  J.  B.     Animal  locomotion. 

Van  Beneden,  P.  J.      Animal  parasites  and 
their  messmates. 
Animated  nature.    (4  vols.)    Goldsmith,  O. 
Annual  of  scientific  discovery:  1854-59-60-61-62-63- 

64-65-66-67-68-69-70-71. 
Annual  record  of  science  and  industry,  1872-77. 
Anthon,  C.     Classical  dictionary. 
—  Dictionary  of  Greek  and  Roman  antiquities. 
Archseologia;  or  miscellaneous  antiquarian  tracts.  (2  v) 

Architecture.— 

Downing,  A.  J.  Cottage  residences  and  cot- 
tage grounds. 
Gardiner,  C.  C.     Homes,  and  how  to  make 

them.  • 

—  Home  interiors. 
Holly,  H.  H.     Modern  dwellings  in  town  and 

country. 
Horton,  C.  W.       Architecture   for  general 

students. 
Richardson,  C.  J.      House-building,  from  a 

cottage  to  a  mansion. 
Sloan,  S.     Homestead  architecture. 
Woodward,  G.  E.     National  architect. 
Archology.    Blakeslee,  S.  V. 
Argyle  (duke  of ).     See  Campbell,  G.  D. 
Arms  and  armor.     Boutell,  C. 

Arithmetic,— 

Colburn,  W.     Intellectual. 
Comer,  G.  N.     Bookkeeping. 
Eaton,  J.  S.     Common  school. 
Walton,  G.  A.     Key  to  written. 
Art  of  projecting,  The.     Dolbear,  A.  E. 

Aitronomy.— 

Astronomical  and  meteorological  observations 
made  at  the  United  States  Naval  Observa- 
tory at  Washington  during  the  year  1862. 

Atlas  of  the  stars. 

Airy,   G.  B.     Popular. 

Burr,  F.  D.     Ecce  Coelum. 

Ennis,  J.     Origin  of  the  stars. 

Lackland,  W.  Meteors,  and  atmospheric 
phenomena. 

Lockyer,  J.  M.     Spectroscope,  The. 

—  Sprectrum  analysis. 

—  Star  gazing,  past  and  present. 
Loom  is,  E.     Practical. 
Mead,  M.  G.     Wonders  of  the  moon. 
Mitchell,  O.  M.     Astronomy  of  the  Bible. 

—  Planetary  and  stellar  worlds. 

—  Popular. 

Newcomb,  S.     Popular. 
Proctor,  R.  A.     Myths  and  marvels  of. 

—  Other  worlds  than  ours. 

—  Our  place  among  the  infinities. 

—  Sun  the  ruler  of  the  planetary  system. 
Schelleus,  H.     Spectrum  analysis. 
Thompson.  D.     Lunar  and  horary  tables,  for 

new  and  concise  methods  of  performing  the 
calculations  necessary  for  ascertaining  the 
longitude  by  lunar  observation  or  chronom- 
eters; with  directions  for  acquiring  a  knowl- 
edge of  the  principal  fixed  stars,  and  finding 
the  latitude  by  them. 


Ele- 


B 

Bagehot,  Walter.     Physics  and  politics. 
Bain,  Alexander.     Mind  and  body. 
Balfour,  J-  H.     First  book  of  botany. 
Barretti,  F.  da.     Italian  dictionary. 
—  and  Neuman.      Dictionary  of  Spanish  and  Eng- 
lish languages. 
Bascom,  John.     Comparative  psyschology. 
Bastian,  H.  C.     Beginnings  of"  life.     (xvols. 
Beginnings  of  life.    Bastian,  H.  0» 
Berkeley,  M.  J.,  and  Cooke,  M.  C. 
Biology,—  —  - 

Cooke,  J.     Boston  Monday  lectures. 

Huxley,  T.  H.,  and  Martin,  H.  N. 
mentary. 

—  Practical. 

Spencer,  H.     Principles  of.     (2  vols.) 

Stevenson,  S.  H.     Boys  and  girls  in. 
Birth  of  chemistry.     Rodwell,  G.  H. 
BlacMe,  John  S.     Natural  history  of  atheism. 
Blake,  W.  P.     Production  of  the  precious  metals. 
Blakeslee,  S.  V.     Archology. 
Blackiston,  P.     Diseases  of  the  chest. 

Book-keeping.— 

Comer,  G.  N.     Book-keeping. 

Shaw,  G.  N.     Book-keeping  epitomized. 
Border  land  of  science.     Proctor,  R.  A. 
Border  lines  of  knowledge.     Holmes.  O.  W. 

Botany  — 

Balfour,  J.  H.     Class  book  of. 
Cooke,  M.  C.     Fungi. 

Darwin,  C.      Different  forms  of  flowers  and 
plants  of  the  same  species. 

—  Climbing  plants. 

—  Insectivorous  plants. 
Doun,  J.     Catalogue  of  plants.      ' 
Emory's  survey  of  United  States  and  Mexican 

boundary— part  2. 

Figuier,  L.     Vegetable  world. 

Flint,  C.  L.     Grasses  and  forage  plants 

Good,  P.  A.     Family  Flora. 

Gray,  A.     Manual  of. 

Lindsay,  J.     Introduction  to. 

Marion,  F.     Wonders  of  vegetation. 

Squier,  J.     Tropical  fibres. 

Sumner,  Geo.     Botany. 
Boutell,  C.     Arms  and  armor. 
Bowditch,  N.     Practical  navigator. 
Boys  and  girls  in  biology.     Stevenson,  L.  H. 
Brace,  C.  L.     Races  of  the  old  world. 
British  wild  flowers  in  relation  to  insects.     Lubbock, 

Sir  J. 
Brittain,  S.  B.     Man  and  his  relations. 
Bronchitis.    Green,  H. 

Brougham,  Hemy(Lord).    Political  philosophy.  (3  v.) 
Buckland,  F.  T.     Curiosities  of  natural  history. 
Buffon,  G.  L.  L.     Natural  history. 
Building  associations.     Wrigley,  E. 
Burr,  R-  F.     Ecce  Coelum. 

c 

Cabell,  J.  L.     Unity  of  mankind. 

California  Academy  of  Natural  Science,  proceedings 

of. 
California,  resources  of.     Hittell,  J. 
Campbell,  G.  D.  (duke  of  Argyk.)    Primeval  man. 

—  Reign  of  law . 

Campbell,  J.  W.     History  of  creation. 
Calkins,  N.  A.      Object  lessons  for  teachers  and  pa- 
rents. 

Carpenter,  M.  D.     Preventive  medicine  in  relation  to 

public  health. 
Carpenter,  W.  B.       Elements  of  physiology. 

—  Mesmerism  and  spiritualism. 


CATALOGUES. 


GREEN. 


Catalogues.— 

Doun,  J.     Catalogue  of  plants. 

Mercantile  Library  Association,  catalogue  of; 

with  supplement. 
Quaritch,  B.     Catalogue  of  books. 

Cazner,  Achille.     Wonders  of  heat. 

Chaldean  account  of  Genesis.     Smith,  G. 

Chamberlain,  P.     American  commercial  law  for  busi- 
ness men. 

Chapman,  H.  C.     Evolution  of  life. 

Chapters  on  animals.     Hamerton,  P.  G. 

Chemistry.— 

Cooke,  J.  P.     The  new. 

Faraday,  M.      Chemical  history  of  a  candle. 

Gray,  A.     Chemistry. 

Hunt,  T.  S.     Chemical  and  geological  essays. 

Phelps,  A.  H.  L.     Chemistry. 

Rodwell,  G.  T.     Birth  of. 

Roscoe,  H.  E.     Lessons  in  elementary. 

Vogel,  H.     Chemistry  of  light  and  photogra- 
phy. 

Youmans,  E.  L.     The  new. 
Chips  from  a  German  workshop.     Muller,  M. 
Cholera,  epidemic,  treatise  on.     Jameson,  H.  G. 
Civilization  and  primitive  condition  of  man,  origin 

of.     Lubbock,  Sir  J. 
Civil  policy  in  America.     Draper,  J.  W. 
Claridge,  R.  T.     Cold  water,  tepid  water,  and  friction 

cure*. 
Clarke,  E.  H.     Visions  :  a  study  of  false  sight. 
Cleghom,  G.     Observations  on  epidemical  diseases  of 

Minorica. 
Climate  and  time.     Croll,  J. 
Climbing  plants.     Darwin,  C. 
Colbum,  W.     Intellectual  arithmetic. 
Cold    water,    tepid   water  and    friction   cure.       Cla- 

RIDGE,  R.  T. 
Coleman,  H.     European  agriculture. 
Combe,  George.     Constitution  of  man. 
Comer,  G.  N.     Book-keeping. 
—  Manual  of  navigation. 
ComiC  natural  history  of  the  human  race.     Stephens 

H.  L. 
Comings,  B.  N.     Class  book  of  physiology. 
Common  frog.      (Scientific  series.)      Mivart,  St.  G. 
Comparative   anatomy,     studies     in  :     Skull    of    the 

crocodile.     Miall,  L.  C. 

Comparative  psychology.    Bascom,  j. 
Comparative  zoology.    Orton,  J. 

Conflicts  of  capital  and  labor,  historically  and  econom- 
ically considered  ;  being  a  history  and  review 
of  the  trade  unions  of  Great  Britain,  showing 
their  origin,  progress,  constitution  and  objects, 
in  their  political  social,  economical  and  indus- 
trial aspects.     Howells,  Geo. 

Conservation  of  energy.     Stewart,  R. 

Constitution  of  man.     Combe,  J. 

Contributions  to  the  natural  history  of  the  United 
States.     Agassiz,  L. 

Cooke,  G.  A.     System  of  universal  geography. 

Cooke,  J.     Biology.     (Boston  Monday  lectures. ) 

Cooke,  M.  C,  and  Berkeley,  M.  J.     Fungi. 

Corals  and  coral  islands.     Dana,  J.  R. 

Cosmophonography.    Gourand,  f.  t. 

Cosmos:  description  of  the  universe.     (5  vols.)  Hum- 
boldt, A.  von. 

Cottage  residences  and  cottage  grounds.      Downing 
■  A-  J- 

Creation.  — 

Campbell,  S.  M.     Storv  of. 
Haeckel,  E.     History  of. 
Winchhi.l,  A.     Sketches  of. 

Croll,  James.     Climate  and  time. 

Cyclopaedias.— 
American. 
Appi.eton,D.  &  Co.  Cyclopedia  of  biography 


Cyclopaedias  (continued — . 

Britannica. 

Chambers,  R.  (M.)  Cyclopaedia  of  Eng- 
lish literature. 

Godwin,  P.     Cyclopaedia  of  biography. 

New  annual. 

Nichol,  J.  P.  Cyclopaedia  of  the  physical 
sciences. 

Religious. 


D 


Dana,  J.  R.     Corals  and  coral  islands. 

—  Geological  story  briefly  told. 

—  Manual  of  geology. 

—  System  of  mineralogy. 

Darby,  W.      Geographical  description  of  Louisiana. 
Darwin,  Charles.     Climbing  plants. 

—  Descent  of  man.     (2  vols.) 

—  Different  forms   of  flowers    and    plants   of  same 
species. 

—  Expressions  of  the  emotions  in  man  and  animals. 

—  Insectivorous  plants. 

—  Naturalist's  voyage  round  the  world. 

—  Origin  of  species. 

—  Researches  in  geology  and  natural  history. 
Davies,  C.     Elements  of  geometry  and  trigonometry. 
Dawson,  J.»  W.     Origin  of  the  world. 

—  Story  of  the  earth  and  man. 
Day,  Jeremiah.     Introduction  to  algebra. 
Day,  Henry  N.       Outlines  of  ontological  science  ;  or 

a  philosophy  of  knowledge  and  of  being. 
Dean,  Amos.     Medical  jurisprudence. 
De  FoUVille,  W.     Thunder  and  lightning. 
De  Morgan,  L.  A.     Differential  and  integral  calculus. 
Descent  and  Darwinism.     Schmidt,  O. 
Descent  of  man.     (2  vols. )     Darwin,  C. 
Dictionary.— 

Adams,  W.  D.      Dictionary  of  English  litera- 
ture. 
Anthon,  C.     Classical. 
Barretti,  F.  da.       Dictionary  of  the  Italian 

language. 
Bartlett,  J.  R.    Dictionary  of  Americanisms. 
Bell,  W.      Dictionary  and  digest  of  the  law 

of  Scotland. 
Calmet's  dictionary  of  the  Bible. 
Fairholt,  F.  W.     Dictionary  of  terms  in  art. 
Lempriere,  J.     Classical. 
Liddell,  H.  G.,  and  Scott,  R.     Greek-Eng- 
lish lexicon. 
Neumann     and    Barretti's   dictionary   of    the 

Spanish  and  English  languages,     (vol.  2.) 
Popular  classical  quotations. 
Putnam,  Geo.  P.    (Ed.)      World's  progress, 
The:  A  dictionary  of  dates.     Being  a  chron- 
ological and  alphabetical  record  of  all  essen- 
tial facts  in  the  progress  of  society,  from  the 
creation  of  the  world  to  August,  1867.  j 
Smith,  W.     Dictionary  of  the  Bible. 
Spooner,  S.     Biographical  history  of  the  fine 

arts. 
Voltaire,  F.  M.  A.  de.      Philosophical  dic- 
tionary. 
Webster,  N.     Dictionary  of  the  English  lan- 
guage. 
Wheeler,    W,    A.        Explanatory  and    pro- 
nouncing dictionary  of  noted  names  of  fiction. 
Wright,  T.     Dictionary  of  obsolete  and  pro- 
vincial English. 
Different   forms   of  flowers   and  plants    of  the  same 

species.     Darwin,  C. 
Diseases.— 

Blakiston,  P.     Diseases  of  the  chest. 
Cleghokn,   G.     Observations  of  the  epidem- 
ical diseases  of  Minorca. 
Green,  H.     Bronchitis. 


JAMESON. 


—  39  — 


GUYOT. 


Diseases  (continued). — 

Jameson,  H.  G.      Treatise  on  epidemic  chol- 
era. 

Mackenzie,  W.     Diseases  of  the  eye. 
Dolbear,  A.  E.     Art  of  projecting,  The. 

—  Telephone,  The 

Donai,  Adolphe.     Kintergarten,  The 

Doun.  J-     Catalogne  of  plants. 

Downing,   A.   J.      Cottage    residences    and    cottage 

grounds. 
Downing,  C.      Selected  fruits  for  garden  and  market. 
Draper,  John  W.     Civil  policy  in  America. 

—  Scientific  memoirs. 

Duncan,  P-  M.     Transformation  of  insects. 

E 

Earth.— 

Dawson,  J.  W.     Origin  of  the  world. 

—  Story  of  the  earth  and  man. 

Guyot,  A.  H.     Earth  and  man. 

Reclus,  E.     Earth,  The:  a  descriptive  history 
of  the  phenomena  of  the  life  of  the  globe. 
Earth  and  man.     GUVOT,  A.  H. 
EatOD,  J-  S.     Common  school  arithmetic. 
ECC6  Coelum.     Burr,  R.  F. 

Electricity.    Liethead,  W. 

Emerton,  J-  H.      Structure   and   habits   of  spiders. 

(Natural  history  series. ) 
English  psychology.     Ribot,  T. 
Ennis,  J.     Origin  of  the  stars. 
Evans,  John,      Ancient  stone   implements   of  Great 

Britain. 
Every  man  his  own  lawyer.     Wells,  D.  A. 
Evidence  as  to  man's  place  in  nature.       Huxley, 

T.  H. 

Evolution  — 

Chapman,  H.  C.     Evolution  of  life. 

Henslow,  G.     Evolution  and  religion. 

Winchell,  A.     Evolution. 
Ewell,  James.     Medical  companion. 
Espressions  of  the  emotions   in   man    and   animals. 

Darwin,  C. 
Eye,  diseases  of.     Mackenzie,  W. 


Familiar  lectures  on  scientific  subjects.      Herschel. 

Sir  J. 
Family  doctor.    Walker,  M. 
Family  Flora.    Good,  P. 
Faraday,  M.     Chemical  history  of  a  candle. 

—  Lectures  on  the  physical  forces. 

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Fiske,  J.     Tobacco  and  alcohol. 

Fletcher,  John.     Rudiments  of  physiology. 

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Fortunes  for  working  men.     Peck,  A.  T. 

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Fowler,  O.  S.     Hereditary  descent. 
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G 

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Geike,  James.     Great  ice  age. 
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mammals. 
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Agassiz,  L.     Sketches  in.     (2  cop.) 
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Darwin,  C.       Researches  in  geology  and  nat- 
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Kingslky.  C.     Town  geology. 
Le  Conte,  J.    Elements  of. 
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Miller,  H.      Popular. 

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Davies,  C.     Elements  of  geometry  and  trigo- 
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Loomis,  C.     Geometry. 

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—  Parrots  and  monkeys. 

Gourand.  F.  F.     Cosmophonography. 
Grasses  and  forage  plants.     FLINT.  C.  L. 
Gray,  A.     Anatomy,  descriptive  and 'surgical. 

—  Chemistry. 

—  Manual  of  botany. 

—  Natural  philosophy. 
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Green.  H.     Bronchitis. 

Greene,  W.   B.      Fragments:  socialistic,  communistic 

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LAVATAR. 


H 

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Hall,  J-     Natural  history  of  New  York. 
Hall,  W.  W.     Fun  better  than  physic. 
=  Guide  board  to  health  and  peace. 
HamertOQ,  P«  G.     Chapters  on  animals. 

Hand-books  — 

About,  E.     Hand-book  of  social  economy. 

BoTTA,  A.  C.  L.  Hand-book  of  universal 
literature. 

Clement  C.  E.  Hand-book  of  legendary 
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—  Of  painters,  sculptors,  architects  and  engrav- 
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Crowe,  J.  A.  Hand-book  of  painting,  Ger- 
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Eastlake,  Sir  C.  Hand-book  of  painting, 
Italian  schools.  Based  on  the  hand-book  of 
Kugler.     (2  parts.) 

Lockwood,  M.  S.     Hand-book  of  ceramic  art. 

Platt,  W.  H.      Hand-book  of  art  culture. 

Sparks,  J.  C.  L.  Hand-book  to  the  art  of 
pottery  painting. 

Ridner,  J.  P.     Artists'  chromatic. 

Ruskin.  J.     Hand-book  of  art  culture. 

Heat  — 

Abbott,  J.      Heat.      {Science  for  the  young.) 

Cazin,  A.     Wonders  of. 

Gordon.  J.  E.  H.     Elementary  book  on. 

Lardner.  Dr.  D.     Heat. 

Todhunter,  I.     Sound,  light  and  heat. 

Tyndall,  J.       Heat  considered  as  a  mode  of 
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Helmboltz,  H.     Popular  scientific  lectures. 
Heilfry,  Arthur.     Scientific  memoirs. 
HeasloW,  George.     Evolution  in  religion. 
Hereitary  descent.     Fowler,  O.  S. 
Heredity.    Ribot,  T. 

Herschel,  Sir  John.      Familiar  lectures  on   scientific 
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—  Natural  philosophy. 

—  Physical  geography. 

Hiaton,  James.     Physiology  for  practical  use. 

History  of  a  mouthful  of  bread.     Mace.  J. 

Hitchcock,  Edward.     Anatomy  and  physiology. 

Hittell,  John  S.     Resources  of  California. 

Hodge,  Charles.     What  is  Darwinism? 

Holly,  H.  Hudson.       Modern  dwellings  in  town  and 

country. 
Hollow  globe.     Lyon,  W.  F. 
Holmes,  O.  W.     Border  lands  of  knowledge. 

—  Mechanism  in  thought  and  morals. 
Homeopathy  and  allopathy.     Marcy,  C.  E. 
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C. 
Home  interiors.     Same. 
Homestead  architecture.     Sloan,  S. 
Homes  without  hands.     Wood,  J.  G. 
Hope,  A.     Manual  of  Sorrento  and  inlaid  ware. 
Hortoa.  C.  W.     Architecture  for  general  students. 
Hotze,  C.  L.     First  lessons  in  physics. 
Housebuildiag.     Richardson,  C.  J. 
Lowell,  George.     Conflict  of  capital  and  labor. 
Humboldt  (Friedrich  Henrich),  Alexander  (Baron). 

Cosmos:  a  sketch  of  a  physical  description  of 

the  universe.     (5  vols.) 
Humaa  race,  The.     Figuier,  L. 
Hummiag-birds.    Adams,  H.  C. 

Huat.  Freeman.     Worth  and  wealth. 

Huat,  T.  S.     Chemical  and  geological  essays. 

Huxley,  T.  H.     American  addresses. 

—  Elementary  lessons  in  physiology. 

—  Evidence  as  to  man's  place  in  nature. 

—  Lay  sermons,  addresses  and  reviews. 


Husley  (.continued). — 

—  On  the  origin  of  species. 

—  Physiography. 

—  Physiology  and  hygiene. 
Husley,  T.  H.,  and  Martin,  H.  N. 

biology. 

—  Practical  biology. 


Elementary 


Illustrated  library  of  wonders. — 

Cazin,  A.     Heat,  wonders  of. 
De   Fonvielle,    W.        Thunder   and    light- 
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Marion,  F.     Optics. 

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Mead.  Mrs.  M.  G.     Moon. 

Menault,  E.     Intelligence  of  animals. 

Monnier,  M.     Pompeii. 

Tisandier,  G.     Water. 

Viardot,  L.     Sculpture. 
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Gliddon.  G.  R. 
Iasaaty.— 

Maudsley,  H.     Physiology  and  pathology  of 
the  mind, 
lasectivorous  plants.    Darwin,  C. 
lasects.  = 

Duncan,  P.  M.     Transformation  of. 

Emerton,  J.  H.  Structure  and  habits  of 
spiders. 

Lubbock,  Sir  J.  British  wild  flowers  in  rela- 
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Van  Bruyssel,  E.  Population  of  an  old 
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Wood,  T.  G,     Insects  at  home, 
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Jamesoa,  H.  G.     Treatise  of  epidemic  cholera. 
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Johasoa,  A.  B.     Physiology  of  the  senses. 
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K 

Kellogg,  E.     Labor  and  other  capital. 

Kerl,  Prof.     Metallurgy.     Adapted  from  the  German 

by  Brookes,  W.,  and  Rohrig,  E. 
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Kiagsley,  Charles.     Health  and  education. 
—  Town  geology. 


Labor  and  other  capital.     Kellogg,  E. 
Lacklaad,  W.       Meteors,  and  other  atmospheric  phe- 
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Laaguage.— 

Muller,  Max.     Science  of.     (1st  and  2d  se- 
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Whitney.  W.  D.     Life  and  growth  of. 

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Lardaer,  Dionysius.     Hand-book  of  astronomy. 

—  Heat. 

—  Natural  philosophy. 

—  On  the  steam  engine. 

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LAW. 


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SCHOFFERN. 


Law.— 

Blydenburgh,  J.  W.  Treatise  on  the  law 
of  usury;  to  which  are  added  the  statutes  of 
the  several  states,  relating  to  interest,  now 
in  force,  together  with  a  digest  of  all  the  de- 
cisions, and  an  index  to  the  reported  adjudi- 
cations, from  the  statute  of  Henry  8th  to 
the  present  time. 

California  civil  codes.  Revised  laws  of  the 
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California  register,  1857. 

DickYnson,  R.  Digest  of  the  common  law, 
the  statute  laws  of  Massachusetts,  and  of  the 
United  States,  and  the  decision  of  the  Su- 
preme Judicial  Court  of  Massachusetts  rela- 
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of  the  peace;  to  which  is  subjoined  an  exten- 
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Labatt.  H.  J.  Digest  of  the  decisions  of  the 
Supreme  Court  of  California,  contained  in 
16  volumes  of  reports,  from  the  formation  of 
the  Court  in  i85o  until  January,  1861;  with 
complete  list  of  cases  affirmed,  reversed, 
qualified,  commented  upon,  or  abrogated  by 
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Minot,  G.    Statutes  and  treaties.  1851-53-55. 

Private  laws  of  Connecticut.  (2  vol.s)   1836-56. 

Provincial  Courts  of  New  Jersey. 

Revised  statutes  of  Massachusets. 

United  States  consul's  manual. 

Wheaton,  H.  Elements  of  international 
law. 

—  Law  of  nations. 

White,  J.  M.  Land  law  in  California,  Ore- 
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Wilson,  J.     American  Juror. 
Lawrence,  W.     Physiology,  zoology,  and.  the  natural 

history  of  man,  lectures  on. 
LayCOCk,  Th.     Mind  and  brain.      (2  vols.) 
Lav  sermons,  addresses  and  reviews.     Huxley,  T. 

H. 
Le  Conte,  Joseph.     Elements  of  geology. 

—  Religion  and  science. 

Leger,  Theodore.     Animal  magnetism. 

Leitbead,  W.     Electricity. 

Lewes,  George  Henry.       Problems  of  life  and  mind. 

(3  vols.  ) 
Life  and  growth  of  language.     WHITNEY,  W.  D. 

Light.  - 

Abbott,  J.     Light. 

Lommel,  E.     Nature  of. 

Spottiswoode,  W.     Polarization  of. 

Todhunter,  I.  Light,  sound  and  heat.  (In 
natural  philosophy  for  beginners. ) 

Vogel,  H.     Chemistry  of. 

See  also  Natural  philosophy;  spectrum  analy- 
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Light  science  for  leisure  hours.     Proctor,  R.  A. 
Lindley,  John.     Introduction  to  botany. 
Lockyer,  J-  Norman,     Spectroscope,  The. 

—  Spectrum  analysis. 

—  Star  gazing,  past  and' present. 
Logic,  system  of.     Mill.  J.  S. 
Lommel,  Eugene.     Nature  of  light. 
Loomis,  Elias.     Geometry. 

—  Practical  astronomy. 

Loudon,  Ml*     Gardening  for  ladies. 
Lubbock,   Sir  J.       Origin  and  metamorphoses  of  in- 
sects. 

—  Origin  of  civilization,  and  the  primitive  condition 

of  man. 

—  Pre-historlc  times. 

Lunar  and  hororay  tables,  with  accompanying  plates. 

Thomson,  D. 
Lyell,  Charles.     Principles  of  geology. 
Lyon,  W.  F.     Hollow  globe. 


L.     Natural  history. 
Geographical  distribution   of 

Marine  mammalia. 


M 

Mace  Jean.     History  of  a  mouthful  of  bread. 

—  Servants  of  the  stomach. 

Machine  construction,  with  accompanying  plates.     (2 

cop.)     Tomkins,  E. 
Mac  Zenzie,  M.     Diseases  of  the  eye. 

—  Phrenology. 

Mac  Millan,  Hugh.     Foot  notes  from  the  page  of  na- 
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Mammalia.— 

Buffon,  G.  L 
Murray,   A. 

mammals. 
Scammon,  C.  M 
Man  and  mankind. — 

Brittan,  S.  B.     Man  and  his  relations. 
Cabell,  J.  L.      Testimony  of  modern  science 

to  the  unity  of  mankind. 
Campbell,  G.  D.     Primeval  man. 
Combe,  G.      Constitution  of  man  considered 

in  relation  to  external  objects. 
Dawson,  J.  W.     Story  of  the  earth  and  man. 
Figuier,  L.     Primitive  man. 
Fowler,  O.  S.     Hereditary  descent. 
Guyot,  A.     Earth  and  man. 
Huxley,  T.  H.      Evidence  as  to  man's  place 

in  nature. 
Lubbock,  Sir  J.     .Origin  of  civilization,  and 

primitive  condition  of  man. 

—  Pre-historic  times. 

Mivart,  St.  George.     Man  and  apes. 

Page,  D.      Man,  whence,  where  and  whither. 

Peschel,  O.     Races  of  man . 

Smith,  C.  H.      Natural  history  of  the  United 
States. 

Stephens,  H.  L.     Comic  natural  history  of 
the  human  race. 

Wood,  J.  G.      Man  and  beast,  here  and  here- 
after. 
Marcy,  E.  B.     Homeopathy  and  allopathy. 
Marion,  F.     Wonders  of  optics. 

—  Wonders  of  vegetation. 

Marine   mammalia    and    American    whale    fisheries. 

Scammon,  C.  M. 
Marks,  W.  D.     Proportions  of  the  steam  engine. 
Mausdley,    H.       Physiology  and   pathology    of  the 

mind. 
Maury,  M.  F.     Physical  geography  of  the  sea. 
Mayhew,  Henry.     Wonders  of  science. 
Mead,  Mrs.  M.  G.     Wonders  of  the  moon. 
Mechanism  in  thought  and  morals.     Holmes.  O.  W. 
Medicine.— 

Carpenter,  M.  D.      Preventive  medicine  in 
relation  to  public  health. 

Dean.  A.     Medical  jurisprudence. 

Ewell,  J.     Medical  companion. 

Hall,  W,  W.     Fun  better  than  physic. 

—  Guide-board  to  health. 
Mayhew,  E.     Illustrated  horse  doctor. 
Medical  statistics  of  the  Provost-Marshal-Gen- 

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Walker,  M.     Family  doctor. 

Watson,  T.     Practice  of  physic. 

See  also  Anatomy,  Disease,  Physiology,  etc. 
Menault,  Ernest.     Intelligence  of  animals. 
Mesmerism,  spiritualism,  &c.    Carpenter,  W.  B. 
Metallic  wealth  of  the  United  States.  Whitney,  J.  D. 

Metallurgy.— 

Kerl,  Prof.     Brookes,  W.,  <w<JRohrig,  E., 

(7V.) 
Overman,  F.     Treatise  on. 


Metals. 


Blake,  W. 

metals. 
Dana.  J.  R. 

SCHOFFERN,  J 


P.      Production  of  the   precious 


System  of  mineralogy. 
Useful  metals  and  their  alloys. 


METALS. 


42  — 


PHONOGRAPH. 


Metals  [continued. ) — 

Whitney,   J.    D.       Metallic  wealth   of    the 

United  States. 
Wright,  C.  R.  A.     Metals. 

Meteors  and  atmospheric  phenomena.  Lackland, 
W. 

Method  of  study  in  natural  history.     Agassiz,  L. 

Miall,  L.  C.  Studies  in  comparative  anatomy,  No.  1. 
(Skull  of  the  crocodile.) 

Miles.  M.     Stock  breeding. 

Mill,  J.  S.  Logic-system  of  ratiocinative  and  induc- 
tive; being  a.  connected  view  of  the  principles 
of  evidence,  and  the  methods  of  scientific  in- 
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—  On  liberty. 

—  Principles  of  political  economy.     (2  vols.) 
Miller,  H.     Old  red  sandstone. 

—  Popular  geology. 

—  Testimony  of  the  rocks. 

Mind.- 

Bain,  A.     Mind  and  body. 

Laycock,  T.     Mind  and  brain. 

Maudsley,  H.       Physiology  and  pathology  of 
the. 

Reid,  T.     Works  on  the  human. 

Ricord,  Mrs.  E.     Philosophy  of. 

Taylor,  I.     World  of. 
Mineralogy,  system  of.    Dana,  J.  D. 
Mitchell,  O.  M.      Popular  astronomy. 
Mitchell,  S.  A.     New  ancient  geography. 
Mitchell,  S.  W.     Fat  and  blood. 
Mivart,  St.  George.     Common  frog. 

—  Genesis  of  species. 

—  Man  and  apes. 

Modem  dwellings.     Holly,  H.  H. 

Monnier,  M.     Wonders  of  Pompeii. 

Montesquieu,  C.  de  Secondat.  [Baron.)  Spirit  of 
laws.     (2  vols.) 

Muller,  (Friedrich)  Maximilian.  Chips  from  a  Ger- 
man workshop.     (4  vols. ) 

—  Science  of  language,     (ist  and  2d  series.) 

—  Science  of  religion. 

Murray,  Andrew  Geographical  distribution  of  mam- 
mals. 

Myths  and  marvels  of  astronomy.  Proctor,  R. 
A. 


N 

National  architect.     Woodward,  G.  E. 
Natural  history.— 

Adams,  H.  C.     Humming  birds. 

Agassiz,  L.     Contributions  to  the  natural  his- 
tory of  the  United  States. 

—  Methods  of  study  in. 

—  Seaside  sketches  in. 
Bastian,  H.     Beginnings  of  life. 
Buckland,  F.  T.     Curiosities  of. 
Buffon,  G.  L.  L.       Natural  history  of  man, 

the  globe,  and  of  quadrupeds. 
Darwin,  C.  (R.)      Naturalist's  voyage  round 
the  world. 

—  Researches  in  geology  and  natural  history. 
Duncan,  P.  M.     Transformation  of  insects. 
Emerton,   J.    H.       Structure  and  habits  of 

spiders. 
Goldsmith,  O.     Animated  nature. 
Gordon,  J.  E.  H.     Parrots  and  monkeys. 
Hall,  J.     Natural  history  of  New  York. 
Menault,  E.     Intelligence  of  animals. 
Natural  history.     (2  cop.)      ["Reason  why.") 
Natural  history  of  Aleppo. 
Tenney,  S.     Natural  history  of  animals. 
Van  Beneden.  P.  J.      Animal  parasites  and 

their  messmates. 


Natural  history  [continued). — 

Wood,  J.  G.     Animal  kingdom. 

—  Homes  without  hands. 

—  Insects  at  home. 

—  Trespassers. 

See  also  Animals,  Biology.  Botany,    Geology, 
Insects,  Man  and  Mankind,  etc. 
Natural  history  of  atheism.     Blackie,  John  S. 

Nature.— 

Huxley,  T.  H.      Physiography;  an  introduc- 
tion to  the  study  of  nature. 

Mac  Millan,  H.      Foot  notes  from  the  page 
of  nature. 
Navigation  and  nautical  astronomy. — 

Bowditch,  N.     New  American  practical  nav- 
igator. 

Comer,  G.  A.     Manual  of  navigation. 

Hand-book  of  local  marine  examiner. 

Maury,  M.  F.      Physical  geography  of  the  sea. 

Naval  and  astronomical  expedition.     (2  vols. ) 
Newcombe,  S.     Popular  astronomy. 
Nicholson,  N.  A.       Ancient  life  history  of  the  earth. 
Nichol,  !•     Cyclopedia  of  the  physical  sciences. 
Nightingale,  F.     Notes  on  nursing. 
Nott,  J.  C.and  Gliddon,  G.  R.      Indigeous  races 

of  the  earth. 

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Object  lessons  for  teachers  and   parents.      Calkins, 

N.  A. 
Observations   of  the    epidemic  diseases  of  Minorca. 

Cleghorn,  J. 

Ocean,  The.— 

Figuier,  L.     Ocean  world. 

Jones.  W.     Treasures  of  the  deep. 

Reclus,  E.     Ocean  atmosphere  and  life. 

Tissandier,  G.     Wonders  of  water. 

Tyndall,  J.     Forms  of  water. 
Old  red  sandstone.     Miller,  Hugh. 
On  the  origin  of  species.     Huxley,  T.  H. 
Optics,  wonders  of.     Marion.  F. 
—  See  also  Light;  Natural  philosophy. 
Origin  and  metamorphoses  of  insects.     Loomis.  C. 
Origin  of  civilization,  and  primitive  condition  of  man. 

Loomis,  C. 
Origin  of  nations.     Rawlinson,  G. 
Origin  of  species.     Darwin,  C. 
Origin  of  the  stars.     Ennis,  J. 
Origin  of  the  world.     Dawson.  J.  W. 
OrtOD,  James.     Comparative  zoology. 
Other  worlds  than  ours.     Proctor,  R.  A. 
Our  place  among  the  infinities.     Same.  \ 

Outlines  of  ontological   science;  or   a  philosophy  of 

knowledge  and  of  being.      Day,  H.  N. 
Overman,  F.     Treatise  of  metallurgy. 
Owen,  D.  D.     Geological  survey  of  Wisconsin,  Iowa 

and  Minnesota. 


Page,  David.     Man:  whence,  where  and  whither. 
Paine,  Martyn.     Physiology  of  the  soul  and  instinct. 
Paine,    Thomas.       Political    works:    common    sense, 

crisis  and  rights  of  man. 
Parrots  and  monkeys.     Gordon,  j.  E.  H. 
Pattern  maker's  assistant.     Ross,  J. 
Pecfc,  A.  T.     Fortunes  for  working  men. 
Penney,  Virginia.     Think  and  act;  men  and  women, 

work  and  wages. 
Perry,  John.     Elementary  treatise  on  steam. 
Peschel,  Oscar.     Races  of  man. 
Pettigrew,  J.  B.     Animal  locomotion. 
Phelps,  A.  N.  L.     Chemistry. 
Phonograph.     See  Telephone. 


PHILOSOPHY. 


43 


ROBINSON. 


Philosophy.— 

Brougham,  H.     Political.     (3  vols.) 
Gray,  Alonzo.     Natural. 
Herschel,  Sir  J.     Natural. 
Lardner,  O.     Astronomy  and  natural. 

—  Natural. 

Ricord,  Mrs.  E.     Of  the  mind. 

Rush,  J.     Philosophy  of  the  human  voice. 

Stewart,  D.  Elements  of  philosophy  of  hu- 
man mind. 

Todhunter,  I.      Natural.      (For beginners.) 

Voltaire,  F.  A.  M.  DE.  Philosophical  dic- 
tionary. 

Wayland,  F.     Intellectual. 

Wi -:1.1s,  D.  A.     Natural. 

Whatei.y,  — .     Lessons  in  reasoning. 
Phrenology.    Mac  Kenzie,  W. 
Physical  forces,  lectures  on.     FARADAY,  M. 
Physical  geography.     H  erschel,  SIR  J. 

Physics.— 

Bagehot,  W.     Physics  and  politics. 

Dolbear,  A.  E.  (Prof.)  Art  of  projecting, 
The.  A  manual  of  experimentation  in 
physics,  chemistry  and  natural  history,  with 
the  porte  lumiere  and  the  magic  lantern. 

Faraday,  M.     Lecture  on  the  physical  forces. 

Hotze,  C.  L.     First  lessons  in. 

Nichol,  J.  P.  Cyclopaedia  of  the  physical 
sciences. 

Stewart,  B.     Physics. 

See  also  Natural  philosophy. 

Physiognomy.— 

Lavatar,  J.  C.     Essays  on. 
Redfield,  J.  W.     Comparative. 
Spurzhem,  J.  G.     Phrenology  and. 

Physiography:  an    introduction  to   the  study  of  na- 
ture.    Huxley,  T.  H. 

Physiology.— 

Brittan,  S.     Man  and  his  relations. 
Carpenter,  W.  B.     Elements  of. 
Comings,  B.  H.     Class  book  of. 
Fletcher,  J.     Rudiments  of. 
Hitchcock,  E.      Elementary  anatomy,  and. 

(3  cop.) 
Hinton,  J.     Physiology  for  practical  use. 
Huxley,  T.  H.     Elementary  lessons  in. 

—  Physiology  and  hygiene. 

Johnson,  A.  B.      Physiology  of  the  senses. 
Lawrence,  W.     Physiology,  zoology  and  the 

natural  history  of  man. 
Mace,  J.     History  of  a  mouthful  of  bread. 

—  Servants  of  the  stomach. 

Maudsley,  H.     Physiology  and  pathology  of 

the  mind. 
Mitchell,  S.  W.      Fat  and  blood,  and   how 

to  make  them. 
Paine,  M.     Physiology  of  the  soul  and  instinct. 
Planetary  and  stellar  worlds.     MITCHELL,  O.  M. 

Plants.— 

Darwin,  C.     Climbing  plants. 

—  Insectivorous  plants. 
Doun,  J.     Catalogue  of. 

Loudon,  Mrs.  ^  Gardening  for  ladies. 
Robinson,   J.  '    Ferns  in   their  homes     and 

ours. 
See  also  Agriculture;  Botany;  Nature. 
Polarization  of  light.    Spottiswoode,  W. 
Political  economy.— 

Howell,  George.     Conflicts  of  capital  and 

labor. 
Kellogg,  E.     Labor  and  other  capital. 
Mill,  J.  S.     Principles  of. 
Peck,  A.  T.     Fortunes  for  workingmen. 
Penny,  V.     Think  and  act:  men  and  women; 

work  and  wages. 
Perry,  A.  L.     Elements  of. 
Smith,  A.     Wealth  of  nations.     (3  vols.) 


Political  economy  (continued). — 

Wrigley,  E.     Workingman's  way  to  wealth; 
a  practical  treatise  on  building  associations, 
what  they  are  and  how  to  use  them. 
Political  science.     (2  vols. )     Woolsey,  T.  D.        __ 
Political  works:   common  sense,  crisis  and  rights  of 

man.     Paine,  T. 
Pompeii,  wonders  of.     Mounier,  M. 
Popular  scientific  lectures.     Helmholtz,  H. 
Popular  scientific   monthly.      Conducted    by   E.    L. 

Youmans.      vol.  1  (May,  1872,)  to  34  (April, 

1879). 
Population  of  an  old  pear  tree.      Van  Bruyssel,  E. 
Porter,  Noah.      Science  of  nature  vs.  the  science  of 

man. 
Practical  poultry  keeper.     Wright,  L. 
Practise  of  physic.     Watson,  T. 
Pre-historic  times.     Lubbock,  Sir  J. 
PreSCOtt,  G.    B.       Speaking   telephone   and    talking 

phonograph. 
Primeval  man.     Campbell,  G.  D.  (Duke  of  Argyll. ) 
Primitive  man.    Figuier,  L. 
Primitive  culture.    (2  vols.)    Tylor,  E.  B. 
Principles  of  domestic  science.     Stowe,  H.  B. 
Principles  of  science.     Jevon,  W.  S. 
Problems  of  life  and  mind.     Lewes,  G.  H. 
Proceedings  of  the  California  Academy  of  Sciences. 
Proctor,  R.  A.     Border  land  of  science, 

—  Light  science  for  leisure  hours. 

—  Myths  and  marvels  of  astronomy. 

—  Other  worlds  than  ours. 

—  Our  place  among  the  infinities. 

—  Sun,  the  ruler  of  the  universe. 

Productions  of  the  precious  metals.      Blake,  W.  P. 
Proportions  of  the  steam  engine.     MARKS,  M.  S. 
Public  libraries  in  the  United  States. 

Psychology.— 

Bascom,  J.     Comparative. 
Ribot,  T.     English. 

Q 

Quarritcb,  B.     Catalogue  of  books. 

R 

Races.— 

Brace,  C.  L.     Races  of  the  old  world. 

Foster,   J.    W.       Pre-historic    races    of  the 
United  States. 

Nott,  J.  C.     Indigenous  races  ofthe  e  arth. 

Peschel,  O.     Races  of  man. 
Races  of  man.      Peschkl,  O. 
Ranking,  W,   H.      Half  yearly  abstract   of  medical 

science. 
Rawlinson,  G.     Origin  of  nations. 
Reasoning,  lessons  on.    Whately. 
Reason  why:  general  science;  natural  history.   (2  cop. ) 
Reclus.Elisee.     Earth. 

—  Ocean.       (2  cop.) 

Redfield,  J-  W.     Comparative  physiognomy. 

Reid,  Thomas.     Works  on  the  human  mind. 

Reign  of  law.     Campbell,  G.  D.  (Duke  oj  Argyll.) 

Religion  and  science.     Le  Conte,  J. 

Religion,  science  of.     Muller,  M. 

Resources  of  California.      HlTTELL,  J.  S. 

Ribot,  Thomas.      English  psychology. 

Heredity. 
Richardson,  G.     House-building. 
Ricord,  Mrs.  E.     Philosophy  of  the  mind. 
Robinson,  H.  N.     Geometry  and  trigonometry. 

—  New  university  algebia. 

Robinson,  Henry  and  Mei.lis,  John  C.     Purification 

of  water  carried  sewerage. 
Robinson,  John.     Ferns  in  their  homes  and  ours. 


RODWELL. 


44  — 


TYNDALL. 


Rodwell,  G.  F.  H.     Birth  of  chemistry. 

RoscOe,  Henry  E.     Lessons  in  elementary  chemistry. 

ROSS,  Joshua.     Pattern  maker's  assistant. 

RowlandsOU,  Th.     Sheep  breeders'  guide. 

Rush,  James.  Philosophy  of  the  human  voice:  em- 
bracing its  physiological  history;  together  with 
a  system  of  principles,  by  which  criticism  in 
the  art  of  elocution  may  be  rendered  intelligi- 
ble, and  instruction  definite  and  comprehen- 
sive. To  which  is  added  a  brief  analysis  of 
song  and  recitative. 

s 

Scammon,  C.  M.       Marine  mammalia,  and  American 

whale  fishery. 
Schellous,  H.     Spectrum  analysis. 
Schmidt,  Oscar.     Descent  and  Darwinism. 
Schieiler,  Friedrich.     Treasury  of  science. 
Schoffem,  J.     Useful  metals  and  their  alloys. 
Bchtltzenberg,  P.     Fermentation. 

Science  in  sport. 

Science  for  leisure  hours.     Proctor,  R.  A. 

Science  for  the  young  :  heat;  light.     Abbott,  J. 

Science  of  law.    Amos,  S. 

Science  of  nature  vs.  the  science  of  man.      Porter, 

N. 
Science  of  rights.     (2  cop.)     Fichte,  J.  G. 
Scientific  memoirs.     Draper,  J.  W. 
Scientific  memoirs.     Henfrey,  A. 
Seaside  sketches  in  natural  history.     Agassiz,  L. 
Selected  fruits  for  garden  and  market.      Downing, 

C. 
Servants  of  the  stomach.     Mace,  J. 
Shaw,  John.     Book-keeping  epitomized. 
Sheep-breeder's  guide.    Rowlandson,  T. 
Silver  sunbeam,  The.      A  practical   and   theoretical 

text  book  on  sun   drawing  and   photographic 

printing.     Towler,  J. 
Sketches  of  creation.     Winchell,  A. 
Sloan,  S.     Homestead  architecture. 
Smith,  C.  H.     Natural  history  of  the  human  species. 
Smith,  George.     Chaldean  account  of  Genesis. 

Sociology.— 

About,  E.     Hand-book  of  social  economy. 

Arnold,  F.     Turning  points  in  life. 

Greene.       Fragments:  socialistic,  communis- 
tic and  financial. 

Greenewood,  J.      Seven  curses  of  London. 

Greg,  W.  R.     Enigmas  of  life. 

Hitchcock,  R.  D.     Socialism. 

Talmage,  T.  de  W.      Abominations  of  mod- 
ern society. 

See  also  Law;  Political  economy. 
Somerville,  Mary.     Physical  geography. 

Sound.— 

Todhunter,  J.     Heat,  sound  and  light. 

Tyndall,  J.     On  sound. 
Source  of  muscular  power.     Flint,  A. 
Speaking  telephone  and  talking  phonograph.     Pres- 

cott,  G.  B. 
Species.— 

Darwin,  C.      Origin  of,  by  means  of  natural 
selection. 

Huxley.  T.  H.     On  the  origin  of. 

Mivart,  St.  G.     Genesis  of. 

—  Man  and  apes. 

Smith,    C.    H.      Natural   history   of  human 
species. 

Spectroscope,  The.    Lockyer,  J.  N. 

Spectrum  analysis.     Same. 

Spectrum  analysis.     Schellous,  H. 

Spencer   Herbert.      Principles  of  biology.       (2  vols.) 

Spirit  of  laws.     (2  vols.)    Montesquieu,  Baron  de, 

Spottlswoode,  W.     Polarization  of  light. 

Spurzheim,  ]•  G.     Phrenology  and  physiognomy. 


Squiers,  E.  G.     Tropical  fibres. 
Star  gazing,  past  and  present.     Lockyer,  J.  N. 
Steam,  elementary  treatise  on.     Perry,  J. 
Steam  engine. — 

Lardner.  D.       Steam  engine,   familiarly  ex- 
plained and  illustrated. 

Marks,  W.  D.     Proportions  of  the. 

Thurston,  R.  H.    Growth  of  the.     {Interna- 
tional scientific  series. ) 
Stephens,  H.  L.     Comic  natural  history  of  the  human 

race. 
Stevenson,  S.  H.     Boys  and  girls  in  biology. 
Stewart,  Balfour.     Conservation  of  energy. 
—  Physics. 
Stewart,  Dugald.     Elements  of  physiology  of  human 

mind. 
Stock  breeding.     Miles,  M. 
Story  of  the  earth  and  man.     Dawson.  J.  W. 
Stowe,  H.  B.     Principles  of  domestic  science. 
Structure  and  habits  of  spiders.     Emerton,  J.  H. 
Structure  of  animal  life.     Agassiz,  L. 
Sumner,  George.     Botany. 
Sun,  the  ruler  of  planetary  systems.  Proctor,  R.  H, 


T 

Taylcr,  Isaac.     World  of  mind. 
Telephone,  and  phonograph. 

Dolbear,  Prof.  A.  E.     Telephone,  the. 

Prescott,   G.   B.     Speaking   telephone,    and 
talking  phonograph. 
Tenney,  Sanborn.     Natural  history  of  animals. 
Testimony  of  the  rocks.     Miller,  H. 
Think  and  act  :    men  and  women;    work  and  wages. 

Penny,  V. 
Thunder  and  lightning.     De  Fonvielle,  W. 
Thurston,  Robert  H.     Growth  of'the  steam  engine. 
Thomson,  David.     Lunar  and  horary  tables,  with  ac- 
companying book  with  plates. 
Tissandier,  Gaston.     Wonders  of  water. 
TobaCCO  and  alcohol.      FlSKE,  J. 
Todhunter,  I.      (Natural  -philosophy  for  beginners.) 

Part    1 — Solid   and    fluid  bodies.      Part   2 — 
Sound,  light  and  heat. 
TomkinS,    Edward.        Machine    construction  ;    with 

accompanying  book  of  plates.     (2  cop.) 
Towler,  J.     Silver  sunbeam,  The. 
Transformation  of  insects.    Duncan,  P,  M. 
Treasures  of  the  deep. 
Treasury  of  science,  natural  and  physical.     Schoed- 

ler,  F, 


Contents. 


Astronomy. 
Botany. 
Chemistry. 
Geology. 


Mineralogy. 
Natural  Philosophy. 
Physiology. 
Zoology. 


Trespassers.    Wood,  J.  G. 

Tribune  of  popular  science.      By  Louis   Agassiz, 
R.  A.  Proctor,  Brown-Sequard,  Bayard 
Taylor,  Prof.  Chandler,  et  al. 
Contents  : 

Agasslz's  lectures  at  Penikese. 
Art  of  teaching. 
Best  books  to  study. 
Classification  in  natural  history. 
First  lessons  to  the  Anderson 

School, 
Glacial  history  of  the  continent, 
Memorable  words  of  Prof.  Agassiz. 
Rainy  day  at  Penikese. 
Prayer  of  Agassiz.    {Poem  by  J.  G. 

IVhittier.) 

Tyler.  E.  B.     Primitive  culture.      (2  vols.) 
Tyndall,  John.     Advancement  of  science. 

—  Forms  of  water. 

—  Fragments  of  science. 

—  Heat  as  a  mode  of  motion. 

—  Hours  of  exercise  in  the  Alps. 

—  On  sound. 

—  Use  and  limit  of  imagination  in  science. 


Proctor's  (R.  A.)  lectures  on  astron- 
omy: 
Birth  and  growth  of  the  solar 

system . 
Comets  and  meteors. 
Sun,  The 

Sun's  family  of  planets, 
Transit  of  Venus  and  the  moon. 
Wonders  of  the  star  depths. 


UNITED. 


—  45  — 


ART. 


u 

United  States  naval  astronomical  expedition.  (2  vote.) 

"Unity  of  mankind.     Cabell.  J.  L. 

Use  and  limit  of  imagination  in  science.  Tyndall,  J. 

Unseen  universe.  The. 

Useful  metals  and  their  alloys.     SCHOFFERN,  J. 


Van  Beneden,  P. 

messmates. 

Van  Bruyssel,  E. 
Vegetable  world. 


J.       Animal   parasites   and    their 


Population  of  an  old  pear  tree. 
Figuier,  D. 
Vegetation,  wonders  of.     Marion,  F. 
Visions:  a  study  of  false  sight.     Clarke,  E.  H. 
V"ogel,  Hermann.       Chemistry    of  light   and   photo- 
graphy. 
Voice,  The.     Treatise  on.     Rush,  J. 
7oltaire,  F.  M.  A.  de.     Philosophical  dictionary.   ■ 

w 

Walker,  M.     Family  doctor. 

Wallace,  Alfred  Russell.       Geographical  distribution 

of  animals. 
Walton,  G.  A.      Key  to  Walton's  written  arithmetic. 
Water,  wonders  of.     Tissandier,  G. 
Waylani,.  F.      Intellectual  arithmetic. 

—  Intellectual  philosophy. 


Webster,  Noah.     Dictionary  of  the  English  language. 
Wheeler,  W.  A.      Dictionary  of  noted  names  of^fic- 

tion. 
Wonders  of  optics.    Marion,  F. 
Wonders  of  science.     Mayhew,  H. 
Wood,  J.  G.     Animal  kingdom. 

—  Insects  at  home. 

—  Homes  without  hands. 

—  Man  and  beasts,  here  and  hereafter. 

—  Trespassers. 

Woodward,  G.  J.     House  building. 

World  before  the  deluge.     Figuier,  L. 

World  of  mind.     Tylor.  I. 

Work  and  wealth.     Hunt,  F. 

Wrigley,  E.     Workingman's  way  to  wealth. 

Wright,  C.  R.  A.     Metals. 

Wright,  L.     Practical  poultry  keeper. 


Youmans,  E. 


Y 

New  chemistry. 

z 


Zoology.— 

Agassiz,  L.     Principles  of. 
Orton,  J.     Comparative. 
Lawrence.  W.     Physiology,  zoology  and  th 
natural  history  of  man. 


BELLES-LETTRES. 


About  women,  love  and  marriage.      Saunders,  F. 
Action,  sprihgs  of.     Richards,  Mrs.  C.  H. 
Adams,  W.  Davenport.     Famous  books;  sketches  in 

the  highways  and  byways  of  English  literature- 
Adventurer,  The.    Hawkesworth,  J.  et  al.    (In 

British  essayists,  vols.   19-21.)      Chalmers, 

A.  (Ed.) 
Afternoon  of  unmarried  life. 
Age  of  chivalry.       Part   I. — King   Arthur   and   his 

knights.    'Part  II. — Mabinogeon,    The;    or 

Welsh  popular  tales.     Bulfinch,  T. 
Alcock,  Sir  R.   (K.  C.  B.,  D.  C.  L.)      Art  and  art 

industries  in  Japan. 
All  around  a  palette.     Champney,  L.  W. 
All  around  the  house.     Beecher,  Mrs.  H.  W. 
America  before  Europe.     (TV.  Booth,  M.  L.)     Gas- 

parin,  Count  Agenor  de. 
American  letters.    1801-2. 
Among  my  books.     (2  vols.)     Lowell,  J.  R. 
Amusing,  The  art  of.     Bei.lew,  Frank. 
Ancient  classics  for  English  readers.     (Ed.)  Collins, 

W.  L.  ET  AL. 

Contents: 

Ariatuphanea.    Collins.  W.  Lucar.  (Ed.) 

Casiar.    Tiioi.i.oi'i-K.  Anthony,  (Ed.) 

Cicero.    Collim,  W  L.  (Ed.) 

Euripides.    Donnk.  W.  B.  (Ed.) 

Herodotus.    9**v»i,  Oko.  C.  (Ed.) 

Hesiod  and  Theoguii.     Datiu.  Riv.  Jam. (Ed.) 

Homer,  (Iliad).    Collins,  W.  L.  (Ed.) 

Homer.  (Odyssey).    Same. 

Horace.     Martin,  Thkodorb,  (Ed.) 

Juvenal.    Walford,  B.fEd  ) 

Pliny'»  Letter*.     Broauribb,  Erv.  W.J.fM  . 

Virgil.1    Coi.iiiNs,  W.   L.fEd.) 

Xeuophou.    Grant,  Sik  A  .  i  Ed) 

Ancient  fragments.     Cory,  I.  P. 


Ancient  regime,  The.     Taine,  H.  A. 

Anderson,  R.  B.     Norse  mythology. 

Appin.  Red  book  of. 

Archery,  witchery  of.    Thompson,  M. 

Aristophanes,    (Ed.)  Collins,  W.  L.      (In  ancient 

classics  for  English  readers.) 
Arnold,  Frederick.     Turning  points  in  life. 

Art.— 

Artists'  repository. 

Alcock,  Sir  R.  Art  and  art  industries  in 
Japan. 

Ayres,  G.  B.  How  to  paint  photographs  in 
water  color  and  oil. 

Champney,  Lizzie  C.  All  around  a  palette. 
(Children's  art  series.) 

Chevreul,  M.  E.  Laws  and  contrasts  of 
color,  and  their  application  to  the  arts  of 
painting,  decoration  of  buildings,  mosaic 
work,  tapestry  and  carpet  weaving,  calico 
printing,  dress,  paper  staining,  printing,  mil- 
itary clothing,  illumination,  landscape  and 
flower  gardening,  &'c.  (Tr.  from  the  French 
by  John  Spanton.) 

Clement,  C.  E.  Hand-book  of  legendary 
and  mythologieal. 

—  Hand-book  of  painters,  sculptors,  architects 
and  engravers. 

Crowe,  J.  H.  Hand-book  of  painting,  Ger- 
man, Flemish  and  Dutch  schools.  Baaed  on 
the  hand-book  of  Kugler. 

Eastlake,  Sir  Charles.  Hand-book  'of 
painting,  Italian  schools.  Based  on  the 
hand-book  of  Kugler.     (2  parts.) 

—  Literature  of  the  fine  arts.     (2  vols.) 
Frefman   J.  E.       Gatherings  from  an  artist's 

portfolio. 


ART. 


46- 


CHOMET. 


Art   (continued) . — 

Godwin,  E.  W.,  Watt,  W.,  and  others.    Art 

furniture. 
Hamerton.  P.  G.     Painter's  camp. 

—  Thoughts  about. 

Hunt,  W.  M.     Talks  about. 
Imperial  museum  of  the  Louvre. 
Jameson.  Mrs.  Anna.     Italian  painters. 

—  Sacred  and  legendary. 

—  Sketches  of. 

Jarves,  J.  J.     Art  thoughts. 

Lockwood,  M.  S.     Hand-book  of  ceramic. 

Nichols,  G.  W.      Art  education   applied  to 

industry. 
Ossoli.  S.  M.  F.  D.'     Art,  literature  and  the 

drama. 
Palgrave,  F.  T.     Essays  on.     (2  cop.) 
Platt,  W.  H.     Art  culture. 
RlDNER,  J.  P.     Artist's  chromatic  hand-book. 
Ruskin.  J.     Economy  of. 

—  Hand-book  of  art  culture. 

—  Modern  painters.     (6  vols.) 

—  True  and  the  beautiful, 

Samson,  G.  W.     Elements  of  art  criticism. 
Smith.  Walter.     Art  education. 
Taine,  H.  A.     Art  in  Greece. 

—  Philosophy  of  art. 

Tytler,  Sarah.       Modern  painters  and  their 
paintings. 

—  Old  masters  and  their  pictures. 

Art,  literature  and  the  drama.     Ossoli.  S.  M.  F.  D.' 

Art  of  amusing.     Bellew,  F. 

Art  of  beauty.     Haweis,  Mrs.  H.  R. 

Art  of  conversation. 

Art  of  living,  plain  thonghts  on.     Gladden.  W. 

Arts   of  reading,   writing   and  speaking.       Cox,   E. 

W. 
Astoria     Irving,  W. 
Atlantic  essays.     Higginson,  T.  W. 
Authorship  of  Shakespeare.     Holmes,  N. 
Autocrat  at  the  breakfast  table.     Holmes,  O.  W. 
AyrCS,  G.  B.      How  to  paint  photographs  in    water 

color  and  oil. 

B 

Backlog  studies.     Warner,  C.  D. 

Bacon,   Francis.   (Lord.}       Essays;    with  annotations 

by  Richard  Whately  (Archbishop  0/  Dublin). 
Baker,  Geo.  M.     Exhibition  drama. 

—  Drawing  room  stage. 

—  Handy  dramas. 

—  Handy  speaker. 

Bascom,  John.     Philosophy  of  English  literature. 
Beasley,  F.  W.     Papers  from  Overlook  house. 
Bede.  Cuthbert  (pseud.)     See  Bradley,  E. 
Beecher,  Mrs.  H.  W.     All  around  the  house. 

—  Motherly  talks  with  young  house-keepers. 
Beecher,  H.  W.     Lecture  room  talks. 

—  Lectures  to  young  men. 

—  Life  thoughts. 

Behind  the  bars.     Lunt,  Mrs.   G. 

Bellew,  Frank.     Art  of  amusing. 

Best  readings,  The.  Hints  on  the  selection  of  books; 
on  the  formation  of  libraries,  public  and  private; 
on  courses  of  reading,  etc.  Perkins,  F.  B. 
(Ed.) 

Bigelow,  Jacob.  Modern  inquiries;  classical,  pro- 
fessional and  miscellaneous. 

Blackie,  John  S.  Self  culture,  intellectual,  physical 
and  moral. 

Blair,  Hugh.     Lectures  on  rhetoric  and  belles-lettres. 

Book  about  dominoes.     Hope,  A.  R. 

Book  of  vagaries.     Paulding,  J.  K. 

Books  and  reading.     Porter,  Noah. 

Eotta,  A.  C.  L.       Hand-book  of  universal  literature. 


Boyd,  A.  K.  H.  Autumn  holidays  of  a  country  par- 
son. 

—  Counsel  and  comfort  spoken  from  a  city  pulpit. 

—  Graver  thoughts  of  a  country  parson.     (2  cop. ) 

—  Leisure  hours  in  town. 

—  Recreations  of  a  country  parson. 

— 'Seaside  musings  on  Sundays  and  week  days. 

Bracehridge  hall;  or  the  humorists.     Irving,  W. 

Brackett,  Anna  C.  Education  of  American  girls, 
considered  in  a  series  of  essays. 

Bradley,  E.   (Cuthbert  Bede.)     Rook's  garden. 

British  essayists;  with  prefaces,  historical  and  bio- 
graphical. Chalmers,  A.  (Ed.)  (38  vols.) 
Contents: 

Adventurer,  The.     (vols.  19-21  ) 
Connoisseur,  The.    (vols.*  25-26.) 
Guardian,  The.    ( vols.  13-15,) 
Idler,  The.    (vol  27.) 
Index,    (vol.38.) 
Looker-on,  The.     (vols.  35-37. 
Lounger,  The.    (vols.  3O-3I.) 

Bristol,  Rev.  D.  W.     Odd  Fellow's  amulet,  The. 

Bronson,  Prof.     Elocution. 

Brooke,    Rev.    S.    A.         Theology     in    the    English 

poets. 
Brown,  John.     Spare  hours.     (1st  series.) 

—  Same.     (2d  series. ) 

Browne,  Mathew.     Views  and  opinions. 

Browning,  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Barrett.  Essays  on  the 
poets. 

Buckley,  T.  A.  Tragedies  of  Euripides,  literally 
translated  or  revised,  with  critical  and  explan- 
atory notes. 

Bulfinch,  Thomas.     Age  of  chivalry. 

Bulwer,  Sir  E.  G.  E.  L.  Critical  and  miscellaneous, 
writings.      (2  vols.) 

Buiritt,  Elihu.  Ten  minutes'  talks  on  all  sorts  of 
subjects. 


Mirror,  The.    (vols.  28-29.) 
Observer,  The.    (vols.  32-34.) 
Rambler,  The.    ^  vols.  16-18.] 
Spectator,  The.    (vols.  5-12.) 
Tattler,  The.    (vols.l-i.) 
World,  The.     (vols.  22-24.  J 


c 


(In  ancient  classics 


Cseiar.    Trollope,  A.  (Ed.) 
for  English  readers.) 

Calamities  and  quarrels  of  authors.  (2  vols. )  Dis- 
raeli, Isaac. 

Calhoun.  Mrs.  L.  G.  Modern  women,  and  what  is 
said  of  them. 

California  scrap  book.    Schuck,  O.  T. 

Campaner  thai,  The.    Richter.  J.  P.  F. 

Canning,  Geo.  Select  speeches;  with  biographical 
sketch  and  an  appendix  of  extracts  from  his 
writings  and  speeches.  x  Welsh,  R.  (Ed. ) 

Cape  Cod.     Thoreau,  H.  D. 

Capes,  W.  W.  (M.  A.)  University  life  in  ancient 
Athens. 

Carlyle,  Thomas.  Past  and  present,  Chartism  and 
Sartor  Resartus. 

—  Sartor  Resartus. 

Chambers,  R.  (Ed.)  Cyclopaedia  of  English  litera- 
ture. 

Chambers,  W.     Sketches,  light  and  descriptive. 

Champney,  Lizzie  R.  All  around  a  palette.  (Child- 
ren's art  series. ) 

Character.    Smiles,  Samuel. 

Characteristics  of  women:  moral,  poetical  and  histor- 
ical.    Jameson,  Mrs.  A. 

Charity,  romance  of.     Liefde,  ].  B.  DE. 

Chatfield,  P.     Tin  trumpet. 

Chesterfield,  Philip  Dormer  Stanhope.  (Earl  oj.) 
Letters  to  his  son. 

Chevreul,  M.  E.  Laws  and  contrasts  of  color.  See 
Art. 

Child,  The.     Kriege,  Matilda. 

China-hunter's  club.     By  the  youngest  member. 

Choice  selection  of  literary,  philosophical  and  relig- 
ious knowledge. 

Chomet,  Dr.  H.  Influence  of  music  on  health  and 
life. 


CHURCH. 


fTY 


EDUCATION. 


Church,  A.  J.     Stories  from  Homer. 

Church,    Rev.  A.,    and  Broadribb,   W.  J.    (Ed.) 

Pliny's  letters.     (In  ancient  classics  for  English 

readers. ) 
Cicero,  Marcus  Tullius,     Five  books,  De  Finibus;  or, 

concerning  the  last  object  of  desire  or  aversion. 

Done  into  English  by  S.  P.,  gent. 

—  Orations.     Tr.  into  English,  with  notes  historical 

and  critical,  with  arguments  to  each.      Guth- 
rie, W. 

—  Letters  to  several  of  his  friends.      (3  vols. )      Tr. 

Melmoth.  W. 

—  Cicero  de  ofncius,  or  his   treatise  concerning  the 

moral  duties  of  mankind.      Tr.  Guthrie,  W. 

—  Collins,  W.  Lucas.  (Ed.)    Cicero.     (In  ancient 

classics  for  English  readers.) 
Clark,  Alexander.      Gospel  in  the  trees,  with  pulpit 

opinions  on  common  things. 
Clarke,  E.  H.      Sex  in  education  ;  or,  a  fair  chance 

for  the  girls. 
Classical  dialogues,  Greek  and    Roman.      LAN  dor, 

W.  S. 
Cleveland,  E.  D.     Compendium  of  classical  literature. 
Cloud  pictures.     Underwood,  F.  H. 
College,  the  market  and  the  court;  or,  woman's  relation 

to  education,  labor  and  the  law.     Dall,  C.  H. 
Colliers,  W.  F.      Pictures  of  the  periods,  a  sketch 

book  of  old  English  life. 
Collins,  W.  Lucas.   (Ed.)     Ancient  classics  for  Eng- 
lish readers. 

Contents; 


few 


A  rutophane* 

Homer  (OdyaseyJ 

Ombt. 

Horace. 

Cicero. 

■lUYMiad. 

Euripides. 

Pliny '•  letter!. 

Herodotus. 

Virgil. 

Hetiod-Theognis. 
Homer  f  Iliad,;. 

Xeuophon. 

Color,  laws  and  contrasts  of.     Chevreul,  M.  E. 

Colton,    C.   C.       Lacon;  or,    many   things   in  a 
words. 

Coming  man,  The.     Reade,  Charles. 

Compendium  of  classical  literature.      Cleveland,  C 
D. 

Composition,  elements  of.     Layres,  A. 

Conant,  H.     Primer  of  German  literature. 

Conduct  of  life.     Emerson,  R.  W. 

Confessions  of  an  English  opium  eater,  and  Suspira  de 
profundis.     De  Quincey,  Thos. 

Confidential  disclosures.     Lamartine.  A.  de. 

ConfUCiU8  and  the  Chinese  classics.     Loomis.  A.  W. 

Correspondence  of  Alex,  von  Humboldt  to  Varnhagen, 
from  1827  to  '58.     (Tr.)  Kapp.  F. 

Cory,  Isaac  Preston.     Ancient  fragments. 

Cottage  residences  and  cottage  grounds.     Downing, 
A.J. 

Country  living  and  country  thinking.     DODGE,  M.  A 
(Oail  Hamilton.) 

COS,  Edward  W.     Arts  of  reading,  writing  and  speak- 
ing.^ 

Cozzens,   T,   S.       Sparrow-grass  papers,  or  living  in 
the  country., 

Craik,  Mrs.  D.  M.  M.     (Miss   Mulock.)      Woman's 
thoughts  about  woman. 

Crayon,  Geoffrey,  (pseud. )    See  Irving,  W. 

Critical  and  miscellaneous  writings.     (2  vols.)     Bul- 
wer.  Sir  E.  G.  E.  L. 

Croly,  Jennie  Cunningham.   (Jenny  June.)      For  bet- 
ter or  worse. 

Crowe,   J-    A.       Hand-book    of   painting:    German, 
Flemish  and  Dutch  schools. 

Crown  of  wild  olive.     Ruskin,  J. 

Crumbs  swept  up.    Talmage,  T.  De  Witt. 

Cues  from  all  quarters.     Jacox,  Francis. 

Curiosities  of  literature.     Disraeli,  Isaac. 

Currents  and  counter-currents.     Holmes,  O.  W. 

Curtis,  G.  W.     Lotus  eating. 

—  Potiphar  papers. 


Cyclopadia  of  English  literature.  Chambers.  R.  (Ed.) 

Cyclopaedia.     See  full  list  (in  Science). 

D 

Dall,  Mrs.  C.  H.     College,  the  market  and  the  court. 
Daniel,  Geo.     Merrie  England  in  the  olden  time. 
Davies,  Rev.  Jas.   (Ed.)     Hesiod  and  Theognis.    (In 

ancient  classics Jor  English  readers.) 
Decision  of  character:    Essays  by  a  series  of  letters. 

Foster,  John. 
Deephaven.    Jewett,  Sakah  0. 

De  FinibUS;  or,  concerning  the  last  object  of  desire  or 
aversion,  Cicero's  five  books.   S.  Parker,  El. 

De  Liefde,  John.     Romance  of  charity. 

De  Mille,  James.     Elements  of  rhetoric. 

De  Quincey,  Thomas.  Confessions  of  an  English, 
opium  eater,  and  suspira  de  profundis. 

De  Vere,  Scheie.     Modern  magic. 

—  Studies  in  English. 

Diary  of  an  ennuye.     Jameson,  Mrs.  A. 
Dialogues  of  Plato;  translated  into  English,  with  anal- 
ysis and  introduction.     (4  vols. )     JOWETT,  B. 
Dickinson,  Anna.     Paying  investment. 

—  What  answer. 

Dictionaries.     For  full  list  set  Science. 

Dictionary  of  noted  names  in  fiction.     WHEELER,  W. 

D. 
Dictionary  of  popular  quotations. 
Dictionary  of  terms  in  art.     Fairfield,  F.  W. 
Disraeli,  Isaac.      Calamities  and  quarrels  of  authors. 

(2  vols. ) 

—  Curiosities  of  literature;  with  a  view  of  the  life  and 

writings  of  the  author,  by  his  son.     (4  vols.) 
Dodge,  M.  A.  (Gail  Hamilton. )      Country  living  and 
country  thinking. 

—  Gala  days. 

—  New  atmosphere. 

—  Nursery  noonings. 

—  Stumbling  blocks. 

—  Summer  rest. 

—  Twelve  miles  from  a  lemon.     (2  cop.) 
Dominoes,  book  about.    Hope,  A.  R. 
Donaldson,  Paschal.  (Ed.)     Odd  Fellows'  offering  for 

1845. 

Donne,  W.  B.  (Ed. )  Euripedes.  (In  ancient  classics 
for  English  readers. ) 

Doran,  Dr.     Knights  and  their  days. 

Downing,  A.  J.  Cottage  residences  and  cottage 
grounds. 

Drawing-room  stage.     Baker,  Geo.  M. 

Dream  life.     Mitchell,  D.  G.  (Ike  Marvel.) 

Dreamthorpe.     Smith,  Alex. 

Duffey,  Mrs.  E.  B.  Our  behavior;  a  manual  of  eti- 
quette and  dress  in  the  best  American  society. 

Duhring,  Julia.      Philosophers  and  fools. 

Dymond,  Jonathan.  Essays  on  the  principles  of  mo- 
rality and  of  the  private  and  politcial  rights  of 
mankind. 


E 

Echoes  from  Mistland;  or,  the  Nibelungen  lay.     For- 

ESTIER,  Auber. 
Economy  of  art.     Ruskin.  J. 
Education  and  teaching. — 

Brackett,  a.    C.      Education   of  American 

girls. 
Clark,  E.  H.      Sex  in;  or,  a  fair  chance  for 

the  girls. 
Education  in  jppan. 
Mann,  Horace,      Lect»*e  and   reports  on, 

(vols.  2  and  3  ) 
Martineau,  Harriet.     Household. 
Northfnd,  Chas.     Teacher's  assistant 


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Education  and  teaching  {continued). — 

Page,  D.  P.     Theory  and  practice  of  teaching. 

Quick,  R.  H.     Essays  on  educational  reforms. 

Spencer.  Herbert.     Education,  intellectual, 
physical  and  moral. 
Eccentric  personages.     Russell,  W. 
EgglestOD,  N.  H.     Villages  and  village  life. 
Elements  of  criticism.     Kames,  H.  H.   (Lord.) 
Elements  of  art  criticism.     Samson,  G.  W. 
Elements  of  rhetoric.     De  Mille,  Prof.  J. 
Elocution.     Bronson,  Prof. 
Emerson,  R-  W.     Conduct  of  life. 

—  English  traits. 

—  Essays.     (1st  series. ) 

—  Same.     (2d  series. ) 

—  Letters  and  social  aims. 

—  Miscellaneous  works. 

—  Representative  men. 
England,  notes  on.     Taine.  H.  A. 

England,  political  and  social.     Langel,  Auguste. 
English  literature,  philosophy  of.     Bascom,  John. 
English  literature,  primer  of.      Lawrence,  Eugene. 
English  literature.     (2  vols.)     Taine,  H.  A. 
English  past  and  present.     Trench,  R.  C. 
English  traits.     Emerson,   R.  W. 
Enigmas  pi  life-    Greg,  R.  W. 

EpictetUS'  works;  consisting  of  his  discourses  in  four 
books,  the  Enchiridion,  and  fragments.  (Tr.) 
Higginson,  P.  W. 

Episodes  in  an  obscure  life. 

Essays;  with  annotations  by  Whately,  R.  (Arch- 
bishop of  Dublin.)     Bacon,  F.  {Lord.) 

Essays,     (1st  and  2d  series.)     Emerson,  R.  W. 

Essays  of  Elia.     Lamb,  Charles. 

Essays  on  art.     (2  cop.)     Palgrave,  F.  F. 

5.  historical  and    biographical,   political,  social, 
literary  and  scientific.     Miller,  Hugh. 

Essays  J  in  three  books,  with  marginal  notes  and 
quotations,  and  an  account  of  the  author's  life. 
(3  vols.)     Montaigne,  M. 

Essays  on  literary  criticism.      HUTTON,  R.  H. 

Essays  °n  the  improvement  of  time.     Foster,  John. 

Essays  on  educational  reforms.     Quick,  R.  H. 

Essays  on  men  and  manners.     Shenstone,  W. 

Ethics  of  the  dust.     Ruskin,  John. 

Euripides,  tragedies  of;  literally  translated  or  revised, 
with  critical  and  explanatory  notes.  (*ol.  2.) 
Buckley,  F. 

—  Same.    Collins,  W.  L.  (Ed. )    (In  ancient  classics 

for  English  readers. ) 
Everett,  Edward.     Orations  and  speeches  on  various 
occasions.     (2  vols.) 

Excursions.    Thoreau,  h.  d. 
Exhibition  drama.     Baker,  Geo.  M. 


Famous  books;  sketches  in  the  highways  and  by-ways 
of  English  literature.     Adams,  W.  D. 

Fairholt,  F.  W.     Dictionary  of  terms  in  art. 

Pern,  Fanny,    (pseud.)     See  Parton,  Mrs.  S.  P. 

Pern  leaves  from  Fanny's  portfolio.  Parton,  Mrs. 
S.  P. 

Field,  Kate.     Hap-hazard. 

Field  paths  and  green  lanes.     Jennings,  L.  J. 

Fields,  J.  T.      Underbrush. 

—  Yesterdays  with  authors. 

Firswell,  J.  H.  Gentle  life.  The;  essays  in  and  on 
the  formation  of  character. 

Fireside  saints.    Jerrold,  d. 

Firaside  travels.     Lowell,  J.  R. 

Fiflke,  John.  Myths  and  myth  makers;  old  tales  and 
superstitions,  interpreted  by  comparative  my- 
thology. 

Flammarion,  Camille.     Stories  of  infinity. 


Flower,  fruit  and  thorn  pieces.      Richter.  J.  P.  F. 

Folly  as  it  flies.     Parton,  Mrs.  S.  P.  (Fanny Fern.) 

For  better  or  for  worse.  Croly,  Mrs.  J.  C.  (Jenny 
June. ) 

Forestier,  Auber.  Echoes  from  Mistland  ;  or,  the 
Nibilungen  lay. 

Forsyth,  W.  Novels  and  novelists  of  the  18th  cen- 
tury, in  illustration  of  the  manners  and  morals 
of  the  age.     (2  cop.) 

Foster,  John.  Decision  of  character.  Essays  by  a 
series  of  letters. 

—  Essay  on  the  evils  of  popular  ignorance. 

—  Essays  on  the  improvement  of  time. 

—  Gems  of  beauty  from  the  writings  of. 
Fowle,  W.  B.     One  hundred  dialogues. 
France  before  Europe.     Michelet.  J. 
Fragments  of  knowledge. 

Franklin,  Benj.   Posthumous  and  other  writings.   (2  v.) 

Free  lance  in  the  field  of  life  and  letters.  Wilkin- 
son, W.  E. 

Freeman,  F.  A.     Historical  essays. 

Freeman,  J-  E.     Gatherings  from  an  artist's  portfolio. 

Froude,  J.  A.     Short  studies  on  great  subjects     (3  v.) 

Fugitive  pieces  on  various  subjects,  by  several  au- 
thors. 

Fuller,  (S.)  Margaret.      See  Ossoli,  S.  M.  F.  d.' 

G 

Gala  days.     Dodge,  M.  A.  (Gail  Hamilton. ) 

Gasparin,  Agenor  de.  (Count.)  America  before  Eu- 
rope.     Tr.  by  Booth,  M.  L. 

Gasparin,  (Countess  de).     Human  sadness. 

Gatherings  from^an  artist's  portfolio.   Freeman,  J.  E. 

Gems  of  beauty  from  the  writings  of  John  Foster. 

Gilead;  an  allegory.     Smith,  J.  H. 

Gladden,  Washington.  Plain  thoughts  on  the  art  of 
living. 

Gladstone,  W.  E.  Enquiry  into  the  time  and  place 
of  Homer. 

—  Juventus  Mmdi  ;  the  gods  and  men  of  the  heroic 

age. 

Gold  foil.     (2  cop.)     Holland,  J.  G.  —  / 

Goldsmith,  Oliver.     Complete  works. 

Gostwick,  J-.  and  Harrison,  R.  Outlines  of  Ger- 
man literature. 

Gould,  S.  Baring.     Curious  myths  of  the  middle  ages. 

Grant"  (Sir)  A.  (Ed.)  Xenophon.  (In  ancient 
classics  for  English  readers. ) 

Greek-English  lexicon.  Liddell,  H.  G.,  and  Scott, 
R. 

Greeks  of  to-day,     Tuckerman,  C.  K. 

Greenwood,  Grace,   (pseud.)     See  Lippincott,   Mrs. 

Greenwood,  J.     Seven  curses  of  London. 

Greg,  W.  R.     Enigmas  of  life. 

—  Literary  and  social  judgment. 

Guardian,  The.  With  an  historical  and  biographical 
preface  by  A.  Chalmers.  Steele,  R.,  Addi- 
son, ].,  et  al.     (In British  essayists,  v.  13-15.) 

Gutenberg  and  the  art  of  printing.      Pearson.  E.  C. 

Guthrie.  William  (F.)  Orations  of  Marcus  Tullius 
Cicero,  translated  into  English,  with  notes, 
historical  and  critical,  and  arguments  to  each. 
(2  vols.) 

H 

Habits  of  good  society. 

HamertOU,  Philip  C.      Chapters  on  animals. 

—  Painter's  camp. 

—  Round  my  house. 

—  Thoughts  about  art. 

Hamilton.  Gail,  (pseud.)    See  Dodge.  M.  A. 

Hand-books.     See  full  list  (in  Science.) 

Handy  dramas  for  amateur  actors.     Baker,  Geo.  M. 


HANDY. 


49  — 


LETTERS. 


Handy  speaker.     Baker.  Geo.  M. 

Hap-hazard.     Field,  Kate. 

Hardy,    R-    Spence.      Legends  and  theories  of  the 

Buddhists  compared  with  history  and    science. 
Hasheesh  eater.     Ludlow,  FitzHugh. 
Hastings,  Thos.     Musical  taste. 
HaweiS,  Mrs.  H.  R.     Art  of  beauty. 
Health  and  education.     Kingsley,  Rev.  C. 
Helper,  H.   R.     Nojoque. 
Helps,  Arthur.     Social  pressure. 
Herodotus.      Swayne,  Geo.  C.  {Ed.)      (In  ancient 

classics  for  English  readers.) 
Hesiod  and  Theognis.     Davies,  Rev.  ].   (Ed.)      (In 

ancient  classics  for  English  readers.) 
Hesperus;  or,  45  dog-port-days.     RlCHTER,  J.  P.  F. 
Higginson,  T.  W.     Atlantic  essays. 
Hints  to  woman  on  the  care  of  property.       Walker, 

Alfrkd. 
Historical  essays.     Freeman,  E.  A. 
Hitchcock,  Roswell  D.     Socialism. 
Holland,  J.  G.  (Timothy  Titcomb.)  Gold  foil.  (2  cop. 

—  Letter  to  Jones.' 

—  Plain  talks  on  familiar  subjects. 

—  Titcomb's  letters. 

Holmes,  Oliver  W.     Autocrat  at  the  breakfast  table. 

—  Currents  and  counter-currents. 

—  Mechanism  in  thought  and  morals. 

—  Poet  at  the  breakfast  table. 

—  Professor  at  the  breakfast  table. 

Heme.  The.      Stockton,  Frank  R.,  and  Marion. 

Homer  (Ilaid).  Collins,  W.  L.  (Ed.)  (In  ancient 
classics  for  English  readers.) 

Homestead  architecture.      Sloan,  Samuel. 

Hood,  Thomas.     Complete  works,   (vols.  1-2  missing.) 

Hooper,  W.  H.  and  Phillips,  W.  C.  Manual  of 
pottery  and  porcelain  marks. 

Hope,  A.     Manual  of  Sorrento  and  inlaid  ware. 

Hope,  A.  R.     Book  about  dominoes. 

Hopkins,  Mark.     Strength  and  beauty. 

Hora:e,  Martin.  T.  (Ed. )  (In  ancient  classics  foi  Eng- 
lish readern. ) 

Household  education.     Martineau,  Harriet. 

Household  elegancies.     Jones,  Mrs.  C.  S. 

Howells,  W.  D.     Suburban  sketches. 

HOW  to  paint  photographs  in  water  color  and  oil. 
Ayres.  G.  B. 

Hudson,  H.  R.  Shakespeare;  life,  art  and  character. 
(2  vols.) 

Hullah,  John.     Music  at  home. 

Human  sadness.     Gasparin  (Countess  de). 

Humbjldt,  Alex.  von.     Correspondence  of. 

Hunt,  Leigh.     Seer.  The.     (2  vols. ) 

—  Wishing-cap  papers. 

Hunt,  W.  M.       Talks  about  art.     With  a  letter  from 

J.  Williams.  R.  A. 
Hutton,  R.  H.     Essays  on  literary  criticism. 


Idler,  The.    Johnson,  S. 

27.)    Chalmers.  A 
Imaginary  conversations. 

Landor.  W.  S. 
Imperial  museum  of  the  Louvre 
Index.  (British essayists,  v.  38.)  Chalmers,  A.  (Ed.) 
Influence  of  music  on  health  and  life.       (Tr.  by  Flint, 

L.  H.)    Chomet,  H. 
In  the  wilderness.     Warner,  C.  D. 
Irving,    Washington.      (Geoffrey    Crayon, 

Knickerbocker,  Jonathan  Old  Style. ) 

—  Bracebridge  hall. 

—  Crayon. 

—  Knickerbocker. 
_^_Sketch  book.     (2  cop.) 

Ian  painters.       (2  cop.)     Jameson,  Mrs.  A.  M. 


(In  British  essayists,  vol. 
,  (Ed.) 
(1st,  2d  and  4th  series.) 


Dedrich 
Astoria. 


JaCOS,  Francis.     Cues  from  all  quarters. 
Jameson,   Mrs.    Anna  Murphy.       Characteristics    of 
women. 

—  Diary  of  an  ennuye. 

—  Italian  painters.     (2  cop.) 

—  Legends  of  the  Madonna. 

—  Legends  of  the  monastic  orders. 

—  Loves  of  the  poets. 

—  Sacred  and  legendary  art. 

—  Sketches  of  art. 

—  Studies  and  stories. 

Jarves,  J-  J-      Art  hints:  architecture,  sculpture  and 

painting. 
Jennings,  Louis  J.     Field  paths  and  green  lanes. 
Jerrold,  Douglas.     Best  of  all  good  company. 

—  Fireside  saints. 

Jewett,  Sarah  O.     Deephaven. 

Jones,  C.  S.     Household  elegancies. 

Jubilee  singers  of  Fisk  University.     Pike,  G.  D. 

Junius,  (pseud.)  Letters  of.  Woodfall,  H.  S.  (Ed.) 

Juvenal.     Walford,  E.  (Ed.)      (In  ancient  classic* 

for  English  readers. ) 
JuventUS  Mundi.     Gladstone,  W.  E. 


K 

Kames,  (Lord.)     Elements  of  art  criticism. 
Keightley,  Thomas.      Mythology  of  ancient   Greece 

and   Italy. 
Zing.  T.  Starr.     Substance  and  show. 
Kingsley,  Rev.  Chas.     Health  and  education. 
—  New  miscellanies. 

Knights  and  their  days.     Doran,  John.  (Dr.) 
Kriege,  Matilda.     Child,  The. 


Lacon;  or,  many  things   in  a  few  words.       (2  cop. ) 

Colton,  C.  C. 
Lamartine,  A.  de.     Confidential  disclosures. 
Lamb,  Charles.     Complete  works.      ^4  vols. ) 

—  Same.     (2  vols.) 

—  Essays  of  Elia. 

Landor,  Walter  Savage.  Imaginary  conversations  be- 
tween Greeks  and  Romans.  1st  series — Clas- 
sical dialogues.  2d  series — Sovereigns  and 
statesmen.  4th  series — Dialogues  of  literary 
men,  famous  women,  and  miscellaneous  dia- 
logues. 

—  Pericles  and  Aspasia. 

Langel,  Auguste.     England,  political  and  social. 
LavCOOn ;  an   essay   on   the   limits  of   painting  and 

poetry.     (7V.  Frothingham,  E.)      Lessing, 

G.  E. 
Lawrence,  Eugene.      Primer  of  English   literature  ; 

classical  period. 

—  Same.     Romance  period. 

—  Primer  of  Greek  literature. 

—  Primer  of  Latin  literature. 
Layres,  A.     Elements  of  composition. 

Lectures,  chiefly  on  subjects  relating  to  literary  and 
scientific  and  mechanics'  institutes. 

Lectures.    Schi.ykl,  f. 

Lectures  on  rhetoric  and  belles-lettres.     Blair,  H. 

Lecture  room  talks.     Beecher,  H.  W. 

Lectures  to  young  men.     Beecher,  H.  W. 

Legends  of  the  Madonna.     Jameson,  Mrs.  A.  M. 

Legends  of  the  monastic  orders.      Jameson,  Mrs.  A. 

M. 
Lessing,  Gothold  Ephraim.      Lavcoon  ;  an  essay  on 

the  limits  of  painting  and  poetry. 
Letters  and  social  aims.     Emerson,  R.  W. 
Letters  and  reports  on  education.     Mann,  Horace. 


LETTERS. 


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MUSIC. 


^ 


Letters  to  his  son.     Chesterfield,  P.  D.  S.  {Lord.] 
Letters  to  the  Joneses.     Holland,  J.  G. 
Letters  to  several  of  his  friends,  Cicero.       Tr.  Mel- 
moth,  W. 
Levana     Richter,  j.  p.  f. 

Life  letters  and  lectures.     McCheyne,  R.  M. 

Life  thoughts.     Beecher,  H.  W. 

Life,  without  and  within.     Ossoli,  S.  M.  F.  D.' 

Literary  essays.    Shedd,  w.  g.  F. 
Literature.— 

Adams.  W.  D.     Dictionary  of  English. 

Bascom,  John.     Philosophy  of  English. 

Botta,  A.  C.  L.     Hand-book  of  universal. 

Chambers,  R.     Cyclopaedia  of  English. 

Cleveland,  C.  D.     Compendium  of  classical. 

CONANT,  H.     Primer  of  German. 

Disraeli,  I.     Curiosities  of.     (4  vols.) 

Eastlake,  Sir  Chas.  Literature  of  the  fine 
arts,  with  memoir. 

Gostwick.  J.,  and  Harrison,  R.  Outlines 
of  German. 

Hutton.R.  H.     Essays  on  literary  criticism. 

Lawrence,  Eugene.  Primer  of  English  lit- 
erature, classical  period. 

—  Same.     Romance  period. 

—  Primer  of  Greek. 

—  Primer  of  Latin. 

Macbeth,  J.  W.  V.     Might  and  mirth  of. 
Monthly  literary  miscellany.      A  compendium 
of  literary,  philosophical  and  religious  knowl- 
edge. 
Reynolds,  Sir  J.     Literary  works.      (2  vols. ) 
Richardson,  C.  F.     Primer  of  American. 
Schlyel,  F.     Lectures  on  the  history  of  liter- 
ature, ancient  and  modern. 
Shedd,  W.  G.  F.     Literary  essays. 
SlSMONDl,  J.  C.  L.       Literature  of  the  south 

of  Europe. 
Taine,  H.  A.     English.     (2  vols.) 
Ticknor,  Geo.     History  of  Spanish. 
Tylor.     History  of  American. 
Underwood,  F.  H.      Hand-book  of  English. 
Whittier,  J.  G.     Literary  recreations. 
Whipple,  E.  P.      Literature   of  the   age   of 
Elizabeth. 

Lockwood,  M.  S.     Hand-book  of  ceramic  art. 

Logan,  James.  Scotch  Gael ;  or,  Celtic  manners  as 
preserved  among  the  Highlanders,  being  an 
historical  and  descriptive  account  of  the  inhab- 
itants, antiquities  and  national  peculiarities  of 
Scotland,  more  particularly  of  the  northern  or 
Gaelic  parts  of  the  country,  where  the  singular 
habits  of  the  aboriginal  Celts  are  most  tena- 
ciously retained. 

Longfellow,  Henry  Wadsworth.    Prose  works.    (3  V.) 


Contents: 


Driftwood,    (vol.  3.) 
Hyperion.    (to1.2.) 


Kavanagh.    (vol.  3.) 
Outre-Mer.    (toW.) 


—  Outre-Mer.      (2  cop.) 

Looker-CH,  The .  Roberts,  W.  (British  essayists, 
vols.  35-37.)    Chambers,  A.  (Ed.) 

LoomiS,  A.  W.       Confucius  and  the  Chinese  classics. 

Lost  beauties  of  the  English  language.  Mackay, 
Chas. 

Lotus  eating  ;  a  summer  book.     Curtis,  G.  W. 

Loudon,  Mrs.  James.     Gardening  for  ladies. 

Lounger,  The.  Mac  Kenzie,  H.  et  al.  (British  es- 
sayists, vols.  30,  31.)     Chalmers,  A.  (Ed.) 

Loves  of  the  poets.     Jameson,  Mrs.  A.  M. 

Lowell,  James  Russell.     Among  my  books. 

—  Fireside  travels. 

Lucretius.  Caius  Titus.     Nature  of  things. 

Lunt,  Mrs.  G.     Behind  the  bars. 

Lubke,  Wilhelm.  (Dr.)      History  of  sculpture,  from 

the  earliest  ages  to  the  present  time.       (Tr.  by 

F.  E.  Bunnett.) 


M 

Macaulay,  Thomas  Babington.   (Lord. )     Critical  and   —j- 
miscellaneous  essays.  / 

Macbeth,  J-  W.  V.     Might  and  mirth  of  literature. 

Mac  Donald,  George.     Unspoken  sermons. 

Mackay,  Charles.  Lost  beauties  of  the  English 
language. 

Magazines.     See  Periodicals. 

Mahaffey,  J.  P-     Social  life  in  Greece. 

Maine  woods,  The.    Thoreau,  H.  d. 

Mann,  Horace.  Letters  and  reports  on  education. 
(2  vols.) 

Manual  of  pottery  and  porcelain  marks.  Hooper, 
W.  H.,  and  Phillips,  W.  C. 

Manual  of  Sorrento  and  inlaid  ware.     Hope,  A. 

Martin,  Theodore.  (Ed.)  Horace.  (In  ancient 
classics  for  English  readers. ; 

Martineau,  Harriet.     Household  education. 

Marigolds  by  the  wayside,     Rausdell,  Sarah. 

Masims  of  Washington.     Schroeder.  J.  F. 

May,  Caroline.     Woodbine,  The. 

McCheyne,  R.  M.     Life,  letters  and  lectures. 

Mechanism  in  thought  and  morals.     Holmes.  O.  W. 

Melmoth,  W.  ( Tr. )  Letters  of  M.  T.  Cicero  to  sev- 
eral of  his  friends. 

Melville,  C.  J.  Whyte.     Riding  recollections. 

Merrie  England  in  the  olden  time.     Daniel,  G. 

Michelet,  Jules.     Frauce  before  Europe. 

Might  and  mirth  of  literature.      Macbeth,  J.  W.  C. 

Mill,  John  Stuart.     On  liberty. 

—  Three  essays  on  religion. 

Miller,  Hugh.       Essays,  historical  and  biographical,  r-  ■/■ 
political,  social,  literary  and  scientific. 

—  My  schools  and  schoolmasters. 

Mirror,  The.      Mac  Kenzie,  H.  et  al.      (British  es- 
sayists, vols.  28,  29.)      Chalmfrs,  A.  (Ed.) 
Mitchell,  Donald  G.   (Ike  Marvel.)     Dream  life. 

—  My  farm  at  Edgewood. 

—  Rural  studies. 

—  Seven  stories. 

—  Wet  days  at  Edgewood. 

Modem  inquiries,  classical,  professional  and  miscella- 
neous.    Bigelow,  Jacob. 

Modern  magic.     De  Vere,  Schele. 

Modem  painters.      RUSKIN.  J.      (6  vols.) 

Modern  painters  and  their  paintings.     Tytler,  S. 

Modem  women  and  what  is  said  of  them.  Calhoun, 
Mrs.  L.  G. 

Mohammed  and  Mohammedanism.     Smith,  R.  B. 

Montague,  Mary  Worthy.  (Lady.)  Letters  of.  Hale, 
Mrs.  S.  J.  (Ed.  J 

Montaigne,  Michael.  Essays,  in  three  books,  with 
marginal  notes  and  quotations  and  an  account 
of  author's  life. 

Montgomery,  Zachary.  Poison  fountain  ;  or,  anti- 
parental  education.  Essays  and  discussions  on 
the  school  question  from  a  parental  standpoint. 

Moon,  George  Washington.  Vulgarisms  and  other 
errors  in  speech. 

Moore,  George.     Soul  and  the  body. 

Moscheles,  Ignatz.     Recent  music  and  musicians. 

Motherly  talks  with  young  housekeepers.  Beecher, 
Mrs.  H.  W. 

Mr.  Brown's  letters.     Thacker/r',  W.  M. 

Mulock,  D.  M.     See  Craik,  Mrs.  D.  M.  M. 

Music— 

Chomet,  H.  (Dr.)      Influence  of,   on  health 

and  life. 
Hastings,  Th.     Musical  taste. 
Hunt,  H.  G.  B.     History  of. 
Hullah,  John.      Music  in  the  house.      (Art 

at  home  series.) 
Moscheles,  I.     Recent  music  and  musicians. 
Pike,   G.   D.      Jubilee   singers   of  the    Fiske 

University. 


MUSIC. 


—  51   ~ 


PERIODICALS. 


Music,  (continued.) — 

Tytler,   Sarah.       Musical    composers    and 
their  works. 

See   also  Biographies  of  composers  and  mu- 
sicians. 
Musical  composers  and  their  works.     Tytler,  S. 
Musical  taste.     Hastings,  Thomas. 
Music  in  tne  house.     Hullah,  J.     (In  Art  at  home 

series. ) 
Muskingum  legends.    Powers,  Stephen. 
My  farm  at   Edgewood.      Mitchell,   D.   G.  (Ike 

Marvel.) 
My  prisons.     Pellico,  Silvio. 
Myrtis;  with  other  etchings  and  sketches.      Sigour- 

ney,  Mrs. 

Mythology.— 

Anderson,  R.  B.     Norse  mythology. 

Cox,  G.  W.     Mythology  of  the  Aryan  nations. 

Keightley.  T.     Mythology  of  ancient  Greece 
and  Italy. 
Myths  and  myth  makers  ;  old  tales  and  superstitions, 

interpreted  by  comparative  mythology.     Fiske, 

John. 
My  summer  in  a  garden.     Warner,  C.  D. 

N 

Neal  John.  Wandering  recollections  of  a  somewhat- 
busy  life. 

New  atmosphere.    Dodge,  M.  A.  (Oail  Hamilton.) 

Newman,  S.  P.     System  of  rhetotic. 

New  miscellanies.     Kingsley,  Rev.  Chas. 

Nichols,  G.  W.     Art  education  applied  to  industry. 

—  How  to  paint  pottery. 

NoctUS  ambrosiame.  (4  vols.)  Wilson,  J.  (Chris- 
topher North  et  al. ) 

N0J0C;Ue  ;  a  question  for  a  continent.     Helper,  H.  R. 

Nordnoff,  Walter.     Politics  for  young  Americans. 

Norse  mythology.     Anderson,  R.  B. 

Northend,  Chas.     Teacher's  assistant. 

Novels  and  novelists  of  the  18th  century.  FORSYTH, 
W. 

Nursery  noonings.     Dodge,  M.  A.  (Gail  Hamilton.) 


o 


Observer,  The.  Cumberland,  R.  et  al.  (British 
essayists,  vols.  32-34.)      Chalmers,  A.  (Ed.) 

Odd-fellow's  amulet ;  or,  the  principles  of  Odd-fel- 
lowship defined,  the  objection  to  the  Order  an- 
swered, and  its  advantage  maintained,  with  an 
address  to  the  public,  the  ladies  and  the  Order. 
Bristol,  D.  W. 

Odd-fellow's  offering  for  1845.   DONALDSON,  P.  (Ed.) 

Odyssey  (Homer).  Collins,  W.  D.  (Ed.)  (In  an- 
cient classics  for  English  readers.) 

One  hundred  original  dialogues.     Fowle,  W.  B. 

On  self-culture,  intellectual,  physical  and  moral. 
Blackie,  J.  S. 

On  the  nature  of  things.     LUCRETIUS. 

Orations  and  speeches  on  various  occasions.  Ever- 
ett, E. 

Orations  of  Marcus  Tullius  Cicero;  translated  into 
English,  with  notes,  historical  and  critical, 
with  arguments  to  each.     Guthrie.  W. 

Oriental  and  linguistic  studies.     Whitney,  W.  D. 

Original  dialogues.     Sargent,  Epes. 

Ossoli,  S.  M.  P.  d.'  (Margaret  Fuller.)  Art.  litera- 
ture and  the  drama. 

—  At  home  and  abroad. 

—  Memoirs.     (2  vols. ) 
—  Woman  in  the  19th  century. 

Our  behavior ;  a  manual  of  etiquette  and  dress  in  the 
best  American  society.      Duffey,  Mrs.  E.  B. 
Our  sketching  club.     Tyrwhite,  R.  St.  John. 


Outlines  of  German  literature.  GOSTWICK,  J.,  and 
Harrison,  R. 

Outre-mer;  a  pilgrimage  beyond  the  sea.  Longfel- 
low. H.  W. 


Page,  David  P.     Theory  and  practice  of  teaching. 

Painters. — 

Clement,    C.    E.       Hand-book   of  painters, 
sculptors,  architects  and  engravers. 

Jameson.  A.     Italian  painters.     (2  cop.) 

Pater,  W.  H.      Studies  in  the  history  of  the 
Renaissance. 

Ruskin,  J.     Modern. 

Tytler,  S.     Modern  painters  and  their  paint- 
ings. 

—  Old  masters  and  their  pictures. 

Vassari,  G.      Painters,   sculptors,    architects 
and  engravers.     (5  vols.) 

See  also  Biographies  of  artists,  hand-books,  etc. 
Painter's  camp.    Hamerton,  p.  G. 
Painting.—  , 

AYRES,  G.  B.       How  to  paint  photographs  in 

water  colors  and  oil. 
Crowe,  J.  A.     Hand-book  of  painting;  parts 
1    and    2.       German,    Flemish   and   Dutch 
schools. 
Eastlake,    Sir   Charles.      Hand-book   of 

painting;  parts  1  .and  2.     Italian  schools. 
Jarves,  J.  J.     Art  hints. 
Lessing,  G.  E.      Lavcoon  ;  an   essay  on  the 

limits  of  painting  and  poetry. 
Ridner,  S.  P.     Artist's  chromatic  hand-book. 
Ruskin,  J.  Jr.     True  and  the  beautiful. 
Palgrave,  F.  T.     Essays  on  art.     (2  cop.  1 
Papers  from  Overlook  House.     Beasley,  F.  W. 
Parker,  S.   (Tr.)    Cicero's  five  books,  De  Finibus ; 
or  concerning   the  last   object   of  desire   and 
aversion. 
Parton,  James.     Topics  of  the  times. 
Parton,  Mrs.    S.    P.    (Fanny  Fern.)      Fern   leaves 
from  Fanny's  portfolio. 

—  Folly  as  it  flies. 

Pascal,  Blaise.     Provincial  letters.      (2  cop.) 

—  Thoughts,  letters  and  opuscules. 
Past  and   present,    Chartism,    and   Sartor   Resartus. 

Carlyle,  T. 

Pater,  W.  H.      Studies  in  the  history  of  the  Renais- 
sance. 

Paulding,  J-  K.     Book  of  vagaries. 

Paying  investment.     Dickinson,  A.  E. 

Pearscn,  E.  C.     Gutenberg  and  the  art  of  printing. 

Pellico,  Silvio.     My  prisons. 

Pericles  and  Aspasia.     Landor,  W.  S. 

Periodicals.— 

American  monthly  magazine.     (2  vols.) 
Annual  register,  from  1758  to  1800. 
Art  journal;  January,  1875,  to  April,  1879. 
Atlantic  monthly;  January,  1869,  to  April,  1879. 
Blackwood's   magazine;  July,    1870,    to  May, 

1877. 
British   quarterly   review;    January,    1871,   to 

July,  1877. 
California  magazine.     (4  vols. ) 
Chinese  repository.     (20  vols.) 
Democratic  review  ;  October,   1837,  to  April, 

1858.    (vols.  5  and  S  mining.) 
Eclectic;  January,  1870,  to  August.  1S78. 
Edinburgh  review  ;  January,    1870,    to  Aj>ril, 

1878. 
European  magazine  for  January,  1797. 
Galaxy  ;  July,  1870,  to  January,  1878. 
Harper's  new  monthly;  June,   1850,  to  May, 

1864.   (bound.) 
Same  ;  January,  1870,  to  April,  1879. 


PERIODICALS. 


—  52 


SCOTTISH. 


Periodicals,  (continued.)  — 

Hesperian;  March,  I859,  to  April,  1863. 

Knickerbocker.     (10  vols. )     (irregular.) 

Littell's  living  age  ;  November,  1874,  to  May, 
1877. 

Museum  of  literature.     (6  vols.)     (irregular.) 

National  recorder.     (2  vols.) 

North  American  review.     (20  vols.) 

North  American  review. 

Same;  March,  1877,  to  April,  1879. 

Old  and  new.     (4  vols. ) 

Our  young  folks  ;  January,  187 1,  to  December, 
1873- 

Overland  monthly;  July,  1869,  to  December, 
1875- 

Pacific  expositor.     (2  vols.) 

Popular  science  monthly  ;  May,  1872,  to  April, 
1879. 

St.   Nicholas ;  January,    1874,    t0  September, 
1878. 

Scribner's  monthly  ;   lanuary,   187 1,  to  April, 
1879. 

Westminster  review  ;  January,  1871,  to  April, 
1879. 
Perkins,  F.  B.   Best  reading  :  a  classified  bibliography 

for  easy  reference. 
Perrj,  Arthur  Latham.     Elements  of  political  econo- 
my. 
Peruvian  antiquities.     Rivero,  M.  E.,  and  Tscludi, 

J-  J-  v. 
Phelps,  Elizabeth  S.     What  to  wear. 
Philosophers  and  fools.     Duhring,  J. 
Philosophy  of  English  literature.     Bascom,  J. 
Pictures  of  the  periods,  a  sketch  book  of  old  English 

life.     Collins,  W.  F. 
Pike,  G.  D.     Jubilee  singers  of  Fiske  University. 
Plain  talks  on  familiar  subjects.     Holland,  J.  G. 
Plain  thoughts  on  the  art  of  living.     Gladden,  W. 
Pliny's  letters.     Collins,  W.  D.  (Ed.)     (hi  ancient 

classics  for  English  readers. ) 
Poe,  Edgar  A.      Works.      (4  vols.) 
Poet  at  the  breakfast  table.     Holmes,  O.  W. 
Politics  for  young  Americans.     Nordhoff,  W. 
Porter,  Noah.     Books  and  reading. 
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Franklin,  B. 
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—  Pottery,  how  it  is  made,  its  shape  and  dec- 
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on  porcelain  and  all  kinds  of  pottery  with 
vitrifrable  and  common  oil  colors.  . 

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Pre-Raphaelitism.    Ruskin,  John. 

Preston,  Harriet  W.     Troubadours  and  trouveres. 
Primer  of  American   literature.      Richardson,    C. 

F. 
Primer  of  Greek  literature.     Lawrence,  E. 
Primer  of  Latin  literature.     Lawrence,  E. 
Proffatt,  John.     Woman  before  the  law. 
Prose  works.     (3  vols.)   Longfellow,  H.  W. 

Contents: 


Driftwood,    (vol.  3.) 
Hyperion.    ( vol.  2.) 


Kavanagh.     (vol.  3.) 
Outre-Mer.    (vol.1.) 


Prose  works.     (2  vols.)     Whittier,  J.  G. 

Contents  : 

Margaret  Smith's  journal,     ivol.  11) 
&fiscellanies.    (vol.2.) 
Literary  recreations,    (vol.2.) 
Old  portraits  and  modern  sketches. 


Provincial  letters.     (2  cop.) 


(vol.1.) 

Pascal,  Blaise. 


Q 

Quick,  R.  H.     Essays  on  educational  reforms. 


R 

Rambler,  The.  Johnson,  S.  (British  essayists,  vols. 
16,  18.)     Chalmers,  A.  (Ed.) 

Eansdell,  Sarah.     Marigolds  by  the  wayside.  * 

Reade,  Chas.     Coming  man,  The. 

Recent  music  and  musicians.  Moscheles,  Ig- 
natz. 

Records  of  five  years.  Lippincott,  Mrs.  S.  J.  C. 
(Grace  Greenwood.) 

Red  book  of  Appin. 

Reign  of  law.    Campbell,  G.  J.  D.  (Duke  of  Argyll. ) 

Representative  men.     Emerson,  R.  W, 

Reynolds,  (Sir)  Joshua.     Literary  works.     (2  vols.) 

Richards,  Mrs.     Springs  of  action. 

Richardson,  A.  S.  Stories  from  old  English  po- 
etry. 

Richardson,  C.  F.     Primer  of  American  literature. 

Ricbter,  Jean  Paul  Friedrich.     Camparner  thai. 

—  Flower,  fruit  and  thorn  pieces. 

—  Hesperus.     (2  vols.) 

—  Levana. 

Riding  recollections.     Melville,  C.  J.  Whyte. 

Rivero,  M.  E.,  and  Tschudi,  J.  J.  Peruvian  antiq- 
uities. 

Romance  of  charity.     De  Liefde,  John. 

Rook's  garden,  The.  Essays  and  sketches.  Brad- 
ley, E.  (Cut/ibert  Bede.) 

RoUTld  my  house.     Hamerton,  P.  G. 

Rural  studies.     Mitchell,  D.  G.  (Ike  Marvel.) 

Ruskin,  John.  Art  culture ;  a  hand-book  of  art 
technicalities  and  criticisms. 

—  Crown  of  wild  olives. 

—  Economy  of  art. 

—  Ethics  of  the  dust.      (2  cop.) 

—  Modern  painters.     (6  vols. ) 

—  Pre-Raphaelitism. 

—  Seven  lamps  of  architecture. 

—  -  Stones  of  Venice. 

—  Time  and  tide. 

—  True  and  the  beautiful. 

—  Unto  this  last.     (2  cop.) 
Russell,  W.     Eccentric  personages. 


s 

Sacred  and  legendary  art.     JAMESON,  Mrs.  A. 

Samson.  G.  W.     Elements  of  art  criticism. 

Sargent,  Epes.     Original  dialogues. 

Sartor  Resartus.     Carlyle,  Thomas. 

SaunderS,  F.     About  women,  love  and  marriage. 

Schlgel,  Frederick .  Lectures  on  the  history  of  litera- 
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Schroeder,  J.  F.     Maxims  of  Washington. 

Science  of  sensibility.     Smith,  J.  N. 

Soottish  Gael ;  or,  Celtic  manners  as  preserved  among 
the  Highlanders,  being  an  historical  and  de- 
scriptive account  of  the  inhabitants,  antiquities 
and  national  peculiarities  of  Scotland,  more 
particularly  of  the  northern  or  Gaelic  parts  of 
the  country,  where  the  singular  habits  of  the 
aboriginal  Celts  are  most  tenaciously  retained. 
Logan,  James. 


SCULPTURE. 


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TYTLER. 


Sculpture.— 

Lubke,  Wilhelm.  (Dr.)  ..  History   of,  from 
earliest  ages  to  present  time.      TV.  by  F.  E. 
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Vassari,  G.     Lives  of  painters,  sculptors  and 

engravers.     (4  vols. ) 
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See  also  Hand-books. 

Seer,  The.     Hunt,  Leigh.     (2  vols.) 

Select  speeehes  ;  with  biographical  sketch  and  appen- 
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by  Walsh,  R.     Canning,  George.  . 

Self-help.    Smiles,  Samuel. 

Seneca,  Lucius  Annaius.  The  epistles  of;  with  large 
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the  ancient  philosophers  are  contrasted  with 
the  divine  precepts  or  the  Bible,  with  regard  to 
the  moral  duties  of  mankind,  (v.  I.)  Morell, 
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Seven  curses  of  London.     GREENWOOD,  J. 

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S93C  in  education  ;  or,  a  fair  chance  for  the  girls. 
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Shakespeare  J  life,  art  and  character.   Hudson,  H.  N. 

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Contents; 

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Confessions  of  Augustine. 

Ethical  theory  of  rhetoric  and  eloquence. 

Influence  and  method  of  English  Mtudics. 

Intellectual  temperance 

Puritan  character,  The. 

Relation  of  language  and  style  to  thought. 

Scientific  and  popular  education. 

True  nature  of  the  beautiful,  and  its  relation  to  culture.' 

Shenstone,  William.     Essays  on  men  and  manners. 
Short  studies  on  great  subjects.   (3  v.)   Froude,  J.  A. 
Shuck,  O.  T.     California  scrap  book. 
SigOUrnej,  Mrs.  L.     Myrtis  ;  with  other  etchings  and 

sketches. 
Slsmondi,  J-  C.  L.     Literature  of  the  south  of  Europe. 

1^2  vols.) 
Sketch-b:ok.    Irving,  W. 
Sketches  by  the  fireside.     (2  cop. ) 
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Sketches  of  art.     Jameson,  Mrs.  A. 
Smiles,  Samuel.     Character. 

—  Self-help. 

—  Thrift. 

Smith,  Alexander.     Dreamthorpe. 
Smith,  H.  B.      Dollingbee's  fables  and  prophecies  of 

the  middle  ages. 
Smith,  J-  Hyatt.     Gilead;  an  allegory. 
Smith,  J.  N.     Science  of  sensibility. 
Smith,  R-  Bosworth.      Mohammed  and  Mohammed- 
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Smith,  Walter.     Art  education. 
Socialism,     Hitchcock,  R.  D. 
Social  life  in  Greece.     Mahaffy,  J.  P.    • 
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Soul  and  the  body.     Moore,  Geo. 
South  Sea  idyls.     Stoddard,  Chas.  W. 
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(Dr.) 
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Springs  of  action.     Richards,  Mrs. 
Stockton,  Frank  R.,  and  Marion.     Home,  The. 
Stoddard,  Charles  W.     South  Sea  idyls. 


Stones  of  Venice.     Ruskin,  John. 
Stories  from  Homer.     Church,  A.  J. 
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Stories  from  old  English  poetry.       RICHARDSON,  A. 

Sage. 

Stowe,  Harriet  Beecher.     Palmetto  leaves.  

Strength  and  beauty.     Hopkins,  Mark. 

Stubbs,  C.  W.     Village  politics. 

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Studies  in  English.     De  Vere,  Schele. 

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Thackeray,  William  M.  Essays  from  the  London 
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— •  Mr.  Brown's  letters. 

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Thrift.    Smiles,  S. 

Ticknor,  Geo.      History  of  Spanish  literature.     (2  v.) 

Tin  trumpet,  The.     ChatfielD,  P. 

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GREEK. 


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o 

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D 

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E 

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Ewer,  Rev.  F.  C.  Catholicity  in  its  relationship  to 
Protestantism  and  Romanism. 

Explanatory  notes  of  the  New  Testament.  Wesley, 
John. 

Experience  as  a  minister.     Parker,  Theodore. 


F 

Farrar,  F.  W.     Seekers  after  God. 

Father  Hyacinthe's  discourses.        Bacon,  LEONARD. 

Faunce,  D.  W.     Christians  in  the  world. 

Feuerbach,  L.     Essence  of  religion. 

Flashes  of  light  from  spirit  land.     Conant,  J.  H. 

Fleetwood,  John.     Life  of  Christ. 

First   historical  reformation    of  Christianity.      CoN- 

QUEREL,  A. 
Feathers  for  arrows.     Spurgeon,  C.  H. 
Four  leading  doctrines.      Swedenborg,  Emanuel. 
FOS,  John.     Book  of  martyrs. 


G 

Cem8  ;  being  brilliant  passages  from  the  discourses  of 
Rev.  C.  H.  Spurgeon. 

Genesis  of  the  New  England  churches.  Bacon, 
Leonard. 

George  Fox,  the  Friends,  and  the  early  Baptists. 
Tallock,  Wm. 

German  and  the  English  Testament. 

Giles,  Henry.     Discourse  on  life. 

Gleanings  among  the  sheaves.     SPURGEON,  C.   H. 

Glory  of  the  house  of  Israel.  Strauss,  Freder- 
ick. 

God  and  the  Bible.     Arnold,  Matthew. 

Goodwin,  T.  A.     Mode  of  man's  immortality. 

Gospel  according  to  Mark.     Alexander.  J.  A. 

Gospel  according  to  Matthew.     Alexander,  J.  A. 

Gospel  banner. 

Gould,  S.  Baring.  Legends  of  patriarchs  and  proph- 
ets. 

—  Heathenism. 

—  Christianity. 

Go  up  higher;  or,  religion  in  common  life.     Clarke, 

—  J'  R 
Great  journey,  The. 

Great  Pilot.    Newton,  Thos. 

Greek  Testament. 


HALF. 


56- 


ROYAL. 


H 

Half  truths  and  the  truth.     Manning,  Rev.«J.  M. 

Hall,  Rev.  Robert.     Complete  works.     (4  vols.) 

Happy  home.     Murray,  N. 

Harrington,  Joseph.     Memoirs  and  sermons. 

Hawaiian  and  English  Testament. 

Haweis,  Rev.  H.   R.     Sermons. 

Headship  of  Christ,  The.     Miller,  Hugh. 

Heathenism  and  Mosaism.     Gould,  S.  Baring. 

Heaven  and  hell.     Swedenborg,  Emanuel. 

Hedge,  Rev.  H.     Recent  inquiries  in  theology. 

Historical  illustration  of  testaments.       Rawlinson, 

G.,  and  Hackett,  H.  B. 
History  of  the  Sabbath.     (2  cop.)     Andrews,  J.  N. 
Holy  Bible. 

Holy  war.     Bunyan,  John. 
Hood,  L.  Paxton.     Lamps,  pitchers  and  trumpets. 


Invitations  to  Jesus.    Reid,  Rev.  Wm. 


Johnson,  Samuel.     Oriental  religion. 
Jones,  J-  H.     Abolition  of  poverty. 


K 

Eirwan.  {pseud.)     See  Murray,  N. 

Kitto,  John.     Saul  and  David. 

—  Solomon  and  the  kings. 

Koran,  commonly  called  the  alcoran  of  Mohammed*, 
translated  immediately  from  the  original  Ara- 
bic, with  explanatory  notes  taken  from  the 
most  approved  commentators,  to  which  is  pre- 
fixed a  preliminary  discourse.  Tr.  by  Geo. 
Sale. 

Erummacher,  Rev.  G.  W.     Elijah,  the  Tishbite. 


Lamps,  pitchers  and  trumpets.       Hood,  L.  Paxton. 

Last  warning  cry,  The.     Cumming,  Rey.  J. 

Leaders  of  reformation.     Tullock,  John. 

LeatheS,  Rev.  S.  Witness  of  the  Old  Testament  to 
Christ,  The. 

Legends  of  patriarchs  and  prophets.  Gould,  S. 
Baring. 

Lewis,  John.  Merits  of  Protestantism  as  demonstrat- 
ed by  the  character  of  man.     (5  vols. ) 

Liberty  of  conscience.     Massie,  J.  W. 

Life  and  ministry.     Spurgeon,  C.  H. 

Life  incidents.     WHITE,  ELDER  JAMES. 

Life  of  Christ.     Fleetwood,  John. 

Life  that  now  is,  The.     Collyer,  Robert. 

Literature  and  dogma.     Arnold,  Matthew. 


M 

Macduff,  J.  R.     St.  Paul  in  Rome. 
Mann,  Horace.     Twelve  sermons. 
Manning,  Rev.  J.  M.     Half  truths  and  the  truth. 
Man's  nature  and  destiny.     Smith,  Uriah.    (2  cop.) 
Martyr  of  Erromanga.     Campbell,  John. 
Massie,  J-  W.     Liberty  of  conscience. 
Memoir  and  sermons.     Harrington,  Joseph. 
Mento-theology.    Scienca.  (paeud.) 


Merits  of  Protestantism,  demonstrated  by  the  charac- 
ter of  man.     Lewis,  John.     (5  vols.; 

Miller,  Hugh.     Headship  of  Christ,  The. 

Miscellaneous  theological  works.  Swedenborg, 
Emanuel. 

Missionary  jubilee. 

Mitchell,  O.  M.     Astronomy  of  the  Bible. 

Mode  of  man's  immortality.     Goodwin,  T.  A. 

Modern  doubt  and  Christian  belief.  Christleib, 
Theodore. 

Moore,  Augusta.  Notes  from  Plymouth  pulpit  ;  a 
collection  of  memorable  passages  from  the  dis- 
courses of  Henry  Ward  Beecher  ;  with  a  sketch 
of  Mr.  Beecher  and  lecture  room. 

Moral  use  of  dark  things.     Bushnell,  Horace. 

More,  H.     Private  devotion. 

Morrison,  Robert.    "  Sermons  in  China. 

Murray,  Lindley.     Power  of  religion. 

Murray,  Nicholas.   (Kirwan.)     Happy  home. 

N 

National  Congregational  Council  (1865). 

Natural  history  of  the  Bible.     Tristram,  H.  B. 

Natural  theology.     Chadbourne,  P.  A. 

Nature's  wonders.     Newton,  Thomas. 

New  Testament.     (21  cop.) 

Newton,  Thomas.       Dissertations  on  the  prophecies. 

—  Bible  wonders. 

—  Great  Pilot. 

—  Nature's  wonders. 

Notes  from  Plymouth  pulpit.     Moore,  A. 
Notes  on  the  gospel.     Barnes,  Albert. 
Noyes,  G.  R.     Theological  essays. 


o 

Old  Testament  history.     Smith,  Uriah. 
Oriental  religion.     Johnson,  Samuel. 
Owen,  Robert  Dale.     Debatable  land,  The. 


Parker,  Theodore.     Experience  as  a  minister. 
Parry,  Rev.  Edward.      Evangelical  biography. 
Pictorial  Bible..    (4  vols.) 
Piety  exemplified   in  the  lives  of  eminent  Christians. 

Thornton,  J. 
Planchette;  or,  the  despair  of  science. 
Plymouth  pulpit.     Beecher,  H.  W. 
Polano,  H.     Selections  from  the  Talmud. 
Power  of  grace. 

Power  of  religion.     Murray,  Lindley. 
Pressenss,  E.  da.     Early  years  of  Christianity. 
Principles  of  church  history. 
Private  devotion.     More,  H. 
Pupils  of  St.  John,  the  divine. 


R 

Radical  problems.     Bartol,  C.  A. 

Rowlinson,  G.,  and  Hackett,  H.  B.  Historical  il- 
lustrations of  the  Old  Testament. 

Recent  inquiries  in  theology.     Hedge,  Rev.  H. 

Reformed  pastor.     Baxter.  Richard. 

Reid,  Rev.  Wm.     Invitation  to  Jesus. 

Religion  of  the  present  and  of  the  future.  Woolsey, 
T.  D. 

Religious  amendment  to  the  Constitution.     (3  cop.) 

Religious  sentiment,  The.     Brinton,  D.  G. 

Rise  and  the  fall,  The. 

Royal  truths.     Beecher,  H.  W. 


SABBATH. 


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YOUNG. 


S 

Sabbath  evening  readings  on  book  of  St.  Mark. 
ClJMMING,  Rev.  J. 

Sabbath  evening  readings  on  book  of  St..  Matthew. 
Same. 

Sabbath  morning  readings  on  book  of  Deuteronomy. 
Same. 

Sabbath  morning  readings  on  book  of  Exodus.   Same. 

Saboath  morning  readings  on  book  of  Genesis.  Same. 

Sacred  antnology.     Conway,  M.  D. 

Sacred  biography.     Smith,  Uriah. 

Sacred  songs  for  family  and  social  worship. 

Sacred  theory  of  the  earth. 

St.  P*a3  in  Rome.     Macduff,  J.  R. 

Sale,  George.  (Tr. )  Koran;  commonly  called  the 
alcoran  of  Mohammed,  translated  into  English 
immediately  from  the  original  Arabic,  with  ex- 
planatory notes  taken  from  the  most  approved 
commentators,  to  which  is  prefixed  a  prelimi- 
nary discourse. 

Sanctuary  and  its  cleansing,  The.  Smith,  Uriah. 
(2  cop.) 

Saul  and  David.     Kitto,  John. 

Scienca.     Mento-theology. 

Seekers  after  God.      Farrar,  F.  W. 

Selections  from  the  Talmud.     Polano,  H. 

Sermons.    Hawies,  Rev.  H.  R. 

Sermons  preached  in  the  church  of  St.  Anne. 
Stooks,  T.  F. 

Sermons  in  China.     Morrison,  Robert. 

Service  of  the  poor.     Stephen,  C.  E. 

Shaker  communism.     Evans,  F.  W. 

Smith,  Uriah.      Man's  nature  and  destiny.       (2  cop.) 

—  Old  Testament  history. 

—  Sacred  biography. 

—  Sanctuary  and  its  cleansing,  The.     (2  cop.) 

—  Thoughts  on  Daniel.     (3  cop.) 

—  Thoughts  on'  the  Revelation.     (3  cop.) 

—  United  States  in  prophecy.  (2  cop.) 
Solomon  and  the  kings.  Kitto,  John. 
Somerset,  K.  G.   (Duke  of.)      Christian  theology  and 

modern  skepticism, 
Sovereigns  of  the  Bible.     Steel,  E.  R. 
Spanish  and  English  Testament. 
Spirit  land.     Emmons,  I.  B. 
Spurgeon,  C.  H.     Feathers  for  arrows. 

—  Gems. 

—  Gleanings  among  the  sheaves. 

—  Life  and  ministry. 

Steams,  John  G.     Antidote  for  Universalism. 

Steel,  E.  R.     Sovereigns  of  the  Bible. 

Stephens.  C.  E.     Service  of  the  poor. 

Stooks,  T.  F.     Sermons  preached  in  the  chnrch  of  St. 

Anne. 
Story  of  stories,  The. 

StraUSS,  Frederick.     Glory  of  the  house  of  Israel. 
Swedenborg,  Emanuel.     Apocalypse  revealed.    (2  v.) 

—  Arcana  Cnelestia.     (10  vols.) 

—  Christian  religion,  The.* 
=  Conjugal  love. 

—  Divine  love  and  wisdom. 

—  Divine  Providence. 

—  Four  leading  doctrines. 

—  Heaven  and  hell. 

—  Miscellaneous  theological  works. 
Swing,  David.     Truths  for  to-day. 
Sword  and  garment.     Townsend,  L.  T. 
Synonyms  of  the  New  Testament.      Trench,  R.  C. 


Tallack,  Wm.      George  Fox,    the  Friends  and   the 

early  Baptists. 
Taylor,  J.  J.     Christian  aspects,  faith  and  duty. 
Taylor,  G.  H.     Word  pictures  from  the  Bible. 

Testaments.— 

Danish. 
Dutch. 
English. 
German. 
Greek. 
Hawaiian. 

New  Testament.     (,21  cop.) 
Spanish. 
Theological  essays.     Noyes,  G.  R. 

Theology.— 

Noyes,  G.  R.     Theological  essays. 

Scienca.     Mento-theology. 

Somerset,  Duke  of.     Christian  theology  and 

modern  skepticism. 
Swedenborg,  Emanuel.     Miscellaneous  the- 
ological works. 

Thornton,  J-      Piety  exemplified  in  the  lives  of  emi- 
nent Christians. 

Thoughts  on  Daniel.     Smith,  Uriah. 

Thoughts  on  the  revelation.     Smith,  Uriah. 

Townsend,  L .  T.     Sword  and  garment. 

Tracts  for  priests  and  people. 

Treatise  on  prayer.     Bickersteth,  Rev.  E. 

Trench,  R.  C.     Synonyms  of  the  New  Testament. 

Tristram,  H.  B.     Natural  history  of  the  Bible. 

Tullock,  John.     Leaders  of  reformation. 

Twelve  sermons.     Mann,  Horace. 

Tyerman,  Daniel.     Evangelical  hope. 


u 

United  States  in  prophecy.  (2  cop.)   Smith,  Uriah. 


V 

Vincent,  Marvin  R.  Amusement,  a  force  in  Chris- 
tian training. 

w 

Watchwords  for  the  wayfare  of  life.  Charles,  Mrs. 
E. 

Wesley,  John.  Explanatory  notes  of  the  New  Testa- 
ment. 

Where  is  the  city  ? 

White,  Elder  James.     Life  incidents. 

WilliamSt  Henry  L.     Boys  of  the  Bible. 

Witness  of  the  Old  Testament  to  Christ,  The. 
Leathes,  Rev.  S. 

Woolsey,  T.  D.  Religion  of  the  present  and  of  the 
future. 

Word  pictures  from  the  Bible.     TAYLOR,  G.  H. 

Words  of  hope. 

Workday  Christianity.     Clarke,  Alex. 


Young  Christian  directed.     Kimball,  Caleb. 


^NEIDS. 


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GRISWOLD. 


POETRY 


A 

JEneids  of  Virgil.      Done  into  English  verse.      Mor- 
ris, Wm, 
Aftermath.     Longfellow,  Henry  W. 
Aldrich,  Thomas  Bailey.     Cloth  of  gold. 
—  Flower  and  thorn. 

Arnold  and  Andre.     Calvert,  George  H. 
Arnold,  Matthew.     Poems. 
Atalanta  in  Calydon.     Swinburne,  A.  C. 


Balaustian's  adventures,  including  a  transcript  from 
Euripides.     Browning,  Robert. 

Barham,  Richard  Harris.  (Thomas  Ingold&by.)  In- 
goldsby  legends,  The  ;  or,  mirth  and  marvel. 

Barlow,  W.  S.     The  voices. 

Baroness  of  New  York.      Miller  C.  H.  (Joaquin.) 

Beattie,  James.     Poetical  works. 

Beers.  Henry.     Odds  and  ends. 

Benedict,  Hester  A.     Vesta. 

Best,  Larry.     Planet,  The. 

Bickersteth,  E.  H.  Two  brothers,  The ;  and  other 
poems. 

—  Yesterday,  to-day  and  forever. 
Bigelow  papers.     Lowell,  James  Russell. 
Bitter-sweet.     Holland,  J.  G. 

Boker,  George  H.       Konigsmark  ;  the  legend  of  the 

hounds  ;  and  other  poems. 
Brook,  The  ;  and  other  poems.     Wright,  W.  B. 
Browning,  Elizabeth  Barrett.     Poems,     (vol.  2.) 

—  Poetical  works. 

Browning",  Robert.  Balaustion's  adventures  ;  includ- 
ing a  transcript  from  Euripides. 

—  Dramatis  personse. 

—  La  Saizaiz ;  and  the  two  poets  of  Croisic. 

—  M  n  and  women. 

—  Poems  and  dramas.     (2  vols.) 

—  Ring  and  the  book,  The.     (2  vols.) 
Bryant,  William  Cullen.     Homer's  Iliad.     (Tr.) 

—  Homer's  Odyssey.     (Tr.) 

—  Poems.     (3  vols. ) 

—  Thirty  poems. 

Buchanan,  Robert.     Poetical  works.     (3  vols. ) 

Bulwer.      See  Lytton,  Sir  E.  G.  E.  L. 

Bulwer-Lytton,  (E.)  R.     Lucille. 

— -  Poems. 

Butler,  Samnel.       Hudibras ;  with  notes  and  literary 

memoir,  by  the  Rev.  T.  R.  Nash. 
Byron,    George  Gordon   Noel.    (Lord.)         Poetical 

works  ;  with  a  memoir. 

|C 

Calvert,  Geo.  H.     Arnold  and  Andre. 

Carleton,  Will.     Farm  ballads. 

Carroll,  Lewis.     Hunting  of  the  snark. 

Cary,  Alice.     Poems. 

Caustic,  Christopher.     Terrible  tractoration. 

Charles,  Mrs.  E .  R.     Poems. 

Chaucer,  Geoffrey.  Selections  from  poetical  works  ; 
with  life,  by  Chas.  D.  Deshler. 

Children's  songs  from  the  hillside.  (2  cop. )  Leon- 
ard, Julia. 

Christian's  daily  delight,  The. 

Clever  stories  of  many  nations,  rendered  into  rhyme. 
Saxe,  Johm  G. 

Cloth  of  gold.     Aldrich,  T.  B. 


Coleridge,  Samuel   Taylor.       Poetical    and   dramatic 

works. 
Collins,  William.     Poetical  works. 
Courtship  of  Miles  Standish.      Longfellow,  H.  W.. 
Cowper,  Wm.     Poetical  works.     (Complete.) 

D 

Defence  of  Guinevere  ;  and  other  poems.  Morris,- 
Wm. 

Deirdre.     (-Vo  Name  series.) 

Divine  comedy  of  Dante  Alghieri.  Tr.  by  Long- 
fellow, H.  W. 

Don  Carlos,  and  other  dramas.  Schiller,  Fred- 
eric. 

Dramas  — 

Browning,  Robt.     Poems  and  dramas. 
Bulwer-Lytton,  E.    G.     E.    L.     (Lord.} 
Dramas  and  poems. 

—  Dramatic  works. 
Goldsmith,  O.     Complete  works. 
Gothe,  F.  W.  von.     Faust. 

Schiller,  J.  C.  F.  v.     Early  dramas  and  ro- 
mances. 
Scott,  Sir  W.    Dramas.   (In poetical  works.) 
Shakespeare,  W.  Complete  works.     (2 cop.) 

—  Same.     (12  vols.) 
Tennyson,  Alfred.     Queen  Mary. 

—  Harold. 

Drift  weed.     Thaxter,  Celia. 

E 

Earthly  paradise,  The.     (3 parts.)      Morris,  Wm. 
Emerson,  N.  S.     A  Thanksgiving  story ;  embodying 

the  ballad  of  "  Betsy  and  I  are  out,"  and  other 

poems. 
Emerson,  R-  W.     Poems. 

—  May-day. 

Enoch  Arden  and  other  poems.  Tennyson,  Alfred. 
Esther,  and  other  sacred  pieces.       Greatrex,  Rev. 
C.  B. 

F 

Fables.     (2  vols.;  2  cop.)     La  Fontaine,  Jean  de. 

Tr.  by  Elizur  Wright,  Jr. 
Fables  and  legends  of  many  countries,  rendered  into 

rhyme.     Saxe,  J.  G. 
Farm  ballads.     Carleton,  Will. 
Flora's  interpreter,  and  fortuna  flora.       Hale,  Mrs. 

S.J. 
Flower  and  thorn.     Aldrich,  T.  B. 
French  Parnassus,  The.      A  book  of  French  poetry, 

from  A.  D.   1550  to  present  time.       Parton> 

James.  (Ed.) 

G 

Gilder,  R.  W.     The  new  day. 
Golden  gate,  The.     Linen,  James. 
Goldsmith,  Oliver.     Poems.     (In  complete  works.) 
Goethe,  J-  W.  V.    Faust.    Tr.  into  English  prose,  with 
notes,  etc.,  by  A.  Hayward.  Esq. 

—  Hermann  and  Dorothea. 

Gray,  Thomas.      Poetical  works  ;  with  life,  by  MlT- 

ford,  Rev.  J. 
GreatreXf  Rev.  C.  B.    Esther,  and  other  sacred  pieces. 
Griswold,  R.  W.  (Ed.)     Poets  and  poetry  of  America. 


HALE. 


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NEW. 


H 

Hale,  Mrs.  S.  J.    Flora's  interpreter  andfortuna  flora; 
Hallam,  Arthur.     Remains,  in  prose  and  verse. 
Halleck,  Fitz  Greene.     Poetical  writings. 
Halpine,  Chas.  G.  {Miles  O'Reilly.)     Poetical  works. 

with  biographical  sketch,  by  Roosevelt,  R.  B. 
Hanging  of  the  crane,  The.    Longfellow,  H.  W. 
Harold,  a  drama.    Tennyson,  A. 
Hay,  John.     Pike  county  ballads,  and  other  pieces. 
Hay  ward,  A.   (Tr.)     Gothe's  Faust.     (2  cop.) 
Heavysege,  Chas.     Saul,  a  drama. 
HemanS,  Mrs.   Felicia.       Poems ;  with  a  memoir  by 

Mks.  L.  H.  Sigourney. 

—  Poetical  works. 

Hermann  and  Dorothea.     Gothe,  F.  W.  v.     Tr.  by 

Ellen  Frothingham. 
Holland,  ]•  G.     Bitter-sweet. 

Holmes,  Oliver  Wendell.       Poetical  works.     (2  cop.) 
Holy  Grail,  and  other  poems.     Tennyson,  Alfred. 
Homer's  Iliad.     Tr.  by  Bryant,  W.  Cullen. 
Homer's  Odyssey.      Tr.  by  Bryant,  Wm'.  Cullen. 
Hopper,  Edward.     One  wife  too  many ;  or,  Rip  Van 

Bigham ;  a  tale  of  Tappan  Zee. 
Hood,  Thos.  Poetical  works.    Sargent,  Epes.  {Ed.) 
Hooper,  Lucy.     Poetical  works  ;  with  a  memoir. 
How  Lisa  loved  the  king.    Lewes,  M.  J.  {Geo.  Eliot.) 
Hndibras.     (With  notes  and  a  literary  memoir,  by  the 

Rev.  T.  R.  Nash.)     Butler,  Samuel. 
Humorous  poetry   of   the    English   language,   from 

Chaucer  to  Saxe.     Parton,  James. 
Huntingdon,  Rev.   F.  D.       Hymns   for  mothers  and 

children. 

—  Hymns  of  the  ages  ;  being  selections  from  lyric, 

Catholic,  Germanic,  apostolic  and  other  sources. 
Hunting  of  the  snark,  The.     Carroll,  Lewis. 
Hylton,  J.  Dunbar.     Praesicdicide. 
Hymns   for  mothers   and  children.       HUNTINGDON, 

Rev.  F.  D. 
Hymns  of  the  ages  ;  heing  Selections  from  lyric,  Cath- 
'    olic,    Germanic,  apostolic   and  other  sources. 
Huntingdon,  Rev.  F.  D. 


Indian  Pass,  The.     Street,  Alfred  B. 
Ingelow,  Jean.     Poems.     (2  vols.) 
Ingoldsby  legends,  The  ;  or,  mirth  and  marvel.    Bar- 
ham,  R.  H. 
Ingoldsby,  Thomas,  {psevd.)    See  Barham,  R.  H. 
In  war  time.     Whittier,   J.  G. 


Jerusalem   delivered.       Tasso,    Torquato.      Tr., 

with  life,  by  Wiffen,  J.  H. 
Joan  of  Arc ;  ballads,  lyrics  and  minor  poems,  with 

memoir.     Southey,  Robert. 
JohBSOn,  Rossiter.  {Ed.)   Lyrical  poems.    {In"  Little. 

Classics,"  vol.   13.) 

—  Narrative  poems.     (In  same,  vol.  14.) 

—  Play  day  poems.   (Ed. ) 

—  Single  famous  poems.  (Ed.) 

Jones,  M.  A.     Poems  of  memory  and  feeling. 

—  Sunlight  in  the  shade. 


Eeats,  John.  Poetical  works;  with  memoir  by  Wm. 
M.  Rossitti. 

King  Rene's  daughter.  Tr.  from  the  Danish.  Mar- 
tin, Th. 

Konigsmark ;  the  legend  of  the  hounds ;  and  other 
poems.     Boker,  G.  H. 

Kunst,  Hermann.   (Ed.)     Olrig  Grange. 


La  Fontaine,  Jean  de.       Fables.       (2  vols.;  2   cop.)^ 

Tr.  by  Elizur  Wright,  Jr. 
Lalla  Rookh.     Moore,  Thomas. 
Land  marks,  lost  farm,  and  other  poems.       PlATT,  J. 

J- 
Lars,  a  pastoral  of  Norway.     Taylor,  Bayard. 
La  Saisaiz;  and  the  two  poets  of  Croisic.  Browning, 

Robt. 
Leonard,  Julia.       Children's  songs  from  the  hillside. 

(2  cop.) 
Lewes,  M.  J.     {Geo.  Eliot.)      How   Lisa  loved  the 

king. 

—  Spanish  gypsy,  The.     (2  cop.) 

Life  drama,  and  other  poems.     Smith,  Alex. 
Linen,  James.     Golden  Gate,  The. 
Longfellow,  Henry  Wadsworth.     Aftermath. 

—  Courtship  of  Miles  Standish. 

—  Divine  comedy  of  Dante  Alghieri.   (Tr.) 

—  Hanging  of  the  crane,  The. 

—  Masque  of  Pandora,  and  other  poems. 

—  New  England  tragedies, 

Contents: 

Giles  Corey   of  the  Salem  farm.      |      John  Eiidicott. 

—  Poems,     (vols.  1,  2  and  4.) 

—  Poetical  works. 

Love  is  enough.     Morris,  WILLIAM. 
Lowell.  James  Russell.     Bigelow  papers  ;  with  notes 
by  Wilber,  H. 

—  Under  the  willows,  and  other  poems. 

Lucille.  Bulwer-Lytton,  Robert.  (Owen  Mere- 
dith. ) 

Lyrioal  poems.  ("Little  Classics,"  vol.  13.)  Ed. 
by  Johnson.  R. 

Lytton,  E.  G.  E.  L.  B.  (Lord. )    Dramas  and  poems. 

—  Poetical  works. 

—  Dramas. 

M 

Martin.  Theo.      King    Rene's  daughter.      Tr.  from 

the  Danish. 
Masque  of  Pandora,  and  other  poems.    Longfellow, 

H.  W. 
Massey,  Gerald.     Poems. 
Men  and  women.     Browning,  Robt. 
Meredith,  Owen,  (pseud.)     See  Bulwer-Lytton,  Robt. 
Miller,  C.  H.   (Joaquin.)     Baroness  of  New  York. 

—  Ship  in  the  desert. 

—  Songs  of  Italy. 

—  Songs  of  the  Sierras. 

—  Songs  of  the  sunlands. 

Milnes,  R-   M.  (Lord  Houghton.)      Poems  of  many 

years.' 
Milton,  John.     Paradise  lost. 

—  Poetical  works. 

Mireio,  a  Provencal  poem.     Mistral,  Frederic. 
Mistral,  Frederic.     Mireio,  a  Provencal  poem. 
Moore,  Thomas.     Lalla  Rookh. 

—  Loves  of  the  angels. 

—  -  Poetical  works. 

Morris,  William.     jEneids  of  Virgil. 

—  Defence  of  Guenevere. 

—  Earthly  paradise,  The.     (S parts.) 

—  Love  is  enough. 

Mystical  hymns  of  Orpheus.  Tr.  from  the  Greek. 
Taylor,  Thos. 


N 

Narrative  poems.     ("  Little  Classics,"  vol.  14. 

Johnson,  R, 
New  England  tragedies.     Longfellow,  H.  W. 
New  day.     Gilder,  R.  W. 


Ed. 


ODDS. 


—  60 


YOUNG. 


o 

Odds  and  ends.     Beers,  Henry  A. 
Olrig  Grange.     Kunst,  Hermann.  (Ed.) 
One  wife  too  many;  a  tale  of  Tappan  Zee.  Hopper,  E. 
OrpheUS,  mystical  hymns  of. 
Osgood,  Mrs.  F.  S.     Poems. 
Outcast,  The,  and  other  poems.     Watson,  J.  W. 
OutcroppillgS-       Selections     of    California    verse. 
Harte,  F.  B.  (Ed.) 


Pansies.     (2  cop.)    Whitney,  Mrs.  A.  D.  T. 

Paradise  lost.    Milton,  John. 

Parton,  James.   (Ed.)     French  Parnassus,  The. 

—  Humorous  poetry  of  the    English  language,  from 

Chaucer  to  Saxe. 

Pennsylvania  pilgrim,  The.    Whittier,  J.  G. 

Percy,  Thomas,     Reliques  of  ancient  English  poetry. 
Piatt,  John  James.     Land-marks. 

—  Western  windows. 

Piatt,  Mrs.  S.  M.  B.     That  new  world. 

Pike  county  ballads,  and  other  pieces.       Hay,  John. 

Planet,  The.     Best,  Larry. 

Play-day  poems.     Ed.  by  Johnson,  R. 

Pocahontas  and  other  poems.  Sigourney,  Mrs.  L.  E. 

Poems  of  many  years.     Milnes,  R.  M.  (Lord  Hough- 

ton.) 
Poems  of  memory  and  feeling.     Jones,  M.  A. 
Poems  of  the  Orient.     Taylor,  Bayard. 
Poetry  for  children.       Lamb,  Charles  and  Mary. 
Pope,  Alexander.     Complete  works. 
Praesicdicide,  The,  a  poem.     Hylton,  J.  Dunbar. 
Proctor,  Adelaide.     Complete  poetical  works. 
Proctor,  Edna  Dean.     Poems. 

Q 

Queen  Mary,  a  drama.     Tennyson,  Alfred. 

R 

Rejected  addresses,  and  other  poems;  with  biogra- 
phical sketch.  Smith,  James  aud  Horace. 
Sargent,  Epes.   (Ed.) 

Eeliques  of  ancient  English  poetry;  (with  a  memoir  by 
J.  Gilfillan.)     Percy,  Thomas. 

Remains  in  verse  and  prose,  with  memoir.  Hallam,  A. 

King  and  the  book,  The.     Browning,  Robt. 

Ring  of  amethyst.     Rollins,  Alice  W. 

Robbers,  early  dramas  and  Ghost-seer.   Schiller,  F. 

RollnS.  Alice  W.      Ring  of  amethyst. 

Rossetti,  Dante  Gabriel.     Poems. 

s 

Saul,  a  drama.     Heavysege.  Chas. 
Sane,  John  G.      Clever  stories  of  many  nations,    ren- 
dered in  rhyme. 

—  Fables  and  legends  of  many  countries,  rendered  in 

rhyme . 
Schiller,  Frederic.       Don  Carlos,  and  other  dramas. 

—  Bride   of  Messina,    and  other   poems.        Tr.    by 

Lodge,  A. 

—  Robbers,  early  dramas  and  Ghost-seer. 
Scott,  Sir  Walter.     Poetical  works. 

Selections  from  the  poetical  works  of  Geoffrey  Chau- 
cer; with  life,  by  Deshler,  Chas.  D. 
Shakespeare,  Wm.     Complete  works.     (2  cop.) 

—  Works ;    the     plays    edited     from     the   folio     of 

MDCXXIII,  with  various  readings  from  all 
the  editions  and  all  the  commentators'  notes, 
introductory  remarks,  a  historical  sketch  of 
the  text,  an  account  of  the  rise  and  progress 
of  the  English  drama,  a  memoir  of  the  poet, 
and  an  essay  upon  his  genius  ;  by  Richard 
Grant  White.     (12  vols.) 


Shelley,  Percy  B.       Poetical  works  ;  with  a  memoir 

by  Lowell,  James  R. 
Ship  in  the  desert,  The.     Miller,  C.  H. ..{Joaquin.) 
SigOUmey,  Mrs.     L.     H.       Pocahontas,    and    other 

poems. 
Single  famous  poems.     Johnson,  R.   (Ed.) 
Smith,  Alex.     Life  drama,  and  other  poems. 
Smith,  Uriah.      Words   for   the   Sabbath ;    or,  false 

theories  exposed. 
Snow-bound,     Whittier,  J.  G. 
Song  of  Italy.     Swinburne,  Algernon  C. 
Songs  of  Italy.     Miller.  C.  H.  (Joaquin.) 
Songs  of  the  Sierras.     Miller,  C.  H.  (Joaquin.) 
Songs  of  the  sunlands.     Miller,  C.  H.  (Joaquin.) 
Songs  of  three  centuries.     Whittier,  J.  G. 
Southey,  Robert.      Joan  of  Arc,   ballad,  lyrics   and 

minor  poems  ;  with  a  memoir. 
Spanish  gypsy,  The.     Lewes,  M.  J.  (Geo.  Eliot. ) 
Stoddard,  Chas.  W.     Poems. 
Street,  Alfred  B.     Indian  Pass,  The. 
Sunlight  in  the  shade.     Jones,  M.  A. 
Swinburne,  Algernon  C.     Atalanta  in  Calydon 

—  Poems  and  ballads. 

—  Song  of  Italy. 


Tasso,  Torquato.      Jerusalem,  delivered,  The.      Tr., 

with  life  ;  by  Wiffin,  J.  H. 
Taylor,  Bayard.     Lars,  a  pastoral  of  Norway. 

—  Poems  of  the  Orient. 

Taylor,  Thomas.  (Tr.)     Mystical  hymns  of  Orpheus. 

(From  the  Greek.) 
Tennyson,  Alfred.       Enoch  Arden,  and  other  poems. 

—  Harold,  a  drama. 

—  Holy  Grail,  and  other  poems. 

—  Poems,  complete.      (2  cop.) 

—  Queen  Mary,  a  drama. 

Terrible  tractoration.     Caustic,  Christopher. 
Thanksgiving  story,  A.     Emerson,  N.  S. 
That  new  world.     Piatt,  Mrs.  S.  M.  B. 
Thaster,  Celia.     Drift-weed. 

Two    brothers,    The ;  and    other    poems.       Bicker- 
steth,  E.   H. 


u 


Under  the  willows,  and  other  poems. 
Russell. 


Lowell,  J. 


V 

Vesta.     Benedict,  Hester  A. 

Vision  of  Echard,  and  other  poems.   Whittier,  J.  G. 

w 

Watson,  J-  W.     Outcast,  The  ;  and  other  poems. 

Western  windows.    Piatt,  J.  J. 

Wheat  sheaf,  The. 

Whitney,  Mrs.  A.  D.  T.     Pansies.     (2  cop. ) 

Whittier,  John  G.     In  war  time. 

—  Pennsylvania  pilgrim,  The. 

—  Poems.     (2  vols.;  2  cop. ) 

—  Snow-bound. 

=  Songs  of  three  centuries.     (Ed. ) 

—  Vision  of  Echard,  and  other  poems. 

Word  for  the   Sabbath  ;  or,  false    theories   exposed. 

Smith,  Uriah. 
Wright,  W.  B.     Brook,  The  ;  and  other  poems. 


Yesterday,  to-day  and  forever.   Bickersteth,  E.  H. 
Young,  Dr.  Edward.     Poetical  works. 


SUPPLEMENT. 


A  B  C  of  finance.     Newcomb,  S. 

Adam  Bede.     Lewes,  Mrs.  M.  J.  {Geo.  Eliot.) 

Adams,  W.  H.  Davenport.  Secret  of  success,  The; 
or  how  to  get  on  in  the  world. 

Adventures  of  Tom  Sawyer.  (Mark  Twain)  Clem- 
ens, S.  L. 

Age  of  the  Antonines  (Epochs  of  history. )  Capes, 
W.  W. 

Aids  to  family  government.     Meyer,  Bertha. 

Alcott,  Louisa  M.     Cupid  and  Chow-Chow. 

—  Eight  Cousins. 

—  Hospital  sketches. 

—  My  boys.     (Aunt  Jo's  scrap-bag,  vol.  2.) 

—  My  girls.     (Same,  vol.  3.) 

—  Rose  in  bloom. 

—  Under  the  lilacs. 

—  Work.     (2  copies. ) 

Alexander,  Mrs.     Her  dearest  foe.     (2  copies.) 

—  Which  shall  it  be  ? 

Allworth  Abbey.  South  worth,  Mrs.  E.  D.  E.  N, 
Alone.  (Marian  Harland)  Terhune,  Mrs.  M.  V.  H. 
American  annual  register,  1829-30. 

American  colleges.  Thwing.  C.  F. 
American,  The.  James,  Henry,  Jr. 
Ames,    Mary    Clemmer.        Eirene ;    or   a   woman's 

right. 
Angelo,  the  circus  boy.     Sewell,  F. 
Applcton's  annual. 

Arthur  Bonnicastle.     Holland,  J.  G. 
Anerbach,  Berthold.     On  the  heights. 
Authors,     (Little  Classics,  vol.   13.)    Johnson,  R. 

Ed. 


Bacon,  N.  Historical  and  political  discourses  of  the 
laws  of,  and  government  of  England  from  the 
first  times  to  the  end  of  the  reign  of  Queen 
Elizabeth  ;  with  a  vindication  of  the  ancient 
way  of  Parliament  in  England. 

Bagehot.  W.     English  Constitution,  The. 

Baker,  Henry  Barton.  English  actors,  from  Shakes- 
peare to  Macready.     (2  vols.) 

Bancroft,  A.  L.  Hand-book  almanac  for  the  Pacific 
States,  1862-63-64. 

Bartlett,  S.  C.  From  Egypt  to  Palestine,  through 
Sinai,  the  wilderness  and  south  country. 

Bartol,  C.  A.     Rising  faith,  The. 

Beatrice,  Boviile.     Rame,  L,  de  La.     (Ouida.) 

Bedouins  of  the  Euphrates.     Blunt,  (Lady)  Anne. 

Beesley,  Mrs.     Stories  from  the  history  of  Rome. 

Bellows,  Albert  J.     How  not  to  be  sick. 

Benedict,  Frank  Lee.     John  Worthington's  name. 

—  Mr.  Vaughan's  heir. 

—  My  daughter  Elinor. 

Best  of  all  good  company.     Jerrold,  D. 
Beulah.      Wilson,  Mrs.    A.   J.  (Augusta  Evans.  ) 
(2  cop.) 


Birds  of  prey.     Braddon,  Miss  M.  E. 
Biography— 

Black,  W.     Life  of  Oliver  Goldsmith.    (Eng- 
lish men  of  letters. ) 
Hamerton,  P.  G.     Modern  Frenchmen. 
>^     Headley,  P.  C.     Mary,  queen  of  Scots. 
\    Huxley,  T.  H.     Life  of  David  Hume.  (Eng- 
lish men  of  letters.) 
James,  H.     French  poets  and  novelists. 
Johnson,  R.  (Ed.)      Authors.      (In  "Little 

Classics,  vol.  13.) 
Kemble,  F.  A.     Records  of  a  girlhood. 
MacauLay,  T.  B.      Life   of  Robert   (Lord) 
Clive. 
'         —  Life  of  Warren  Hastings. 

—  Life  of  Samuel  Johnson. 

—  Life  of  Machiavelli. 

—  Life  of  Horace  Walpole. 
Mason,  E.  F.     Samuel  Johnson. 

Minto,  W.  Daniel  Defoe.  (Euglish  men  of 
letters. ) 

Smiles,  S.  Robert  Dick,  geologist  and  bota- 
nist. 

Symonds,  J.  A.  Percy  Bysshe  Shelley.  (Eng- 
lish men  of  letters. ) 

Towle,  G.  M.  Adventures  and  conquests  of 
Pizarro. 

Vasari,  G.  Lives  of  the  painters.  (5  vols.) 
Bismarck,  (Prince).      Letters  to  his  wife,  his  sister, 

and  others.     Tr.  by  Maxse,  F. 

—  Same.       In   the   Franco-German  war.       Busch, 

Moritz.  (Dr.)     (2  vols. ) 
Black,  William.     Maid  of  Killeena,  and  other  stories. 
(2  cop. ; 

—  Monarch  of  Mincing  Lane. 

—  Oliver  Goldsmith.   (English  men  of  letters.)    Mor- 

LEY,  J.  (Ed.) 
Elade  o'  grass.     Farjeon,  B.  L. 
Blunt,  Anne.  (Lady.)      Bedouins  of  the  Euphrates. 
Blunt,  E.  M.     Coast  pilot. 
Bodleys  on  wheels. 

Bowman,  Anne.     Rector's  daughter,  The. 
Boy  engineers,  The.     Lukin,  J.  — —  ■ 

Boyhood  of  great  men.     Edgar,  J.  G.  ■ 

Boyhood  of  Martin  Luther.     Mayhew,  H. 
Braddon,  Miss  M.  E.     Birds  of  prey. 

—  Charlotte's  inheritance. 

—  Dead  Sea  fruit. 

—  John  Marchmont's  legacy. 

—  White  phantom. 

Brazen  gates.      Compiled  by  Christobel  Gold- 
smith ;  arranged  by  JULIA  P.  SMITH. 
Bremer,  Miss.     Four  sisters. 

—  Neighbors,  The. 

Bridge  of  glass.    Robinson,  F.  W. 
Brcughton,  Rhoda.     Nancy. 

—  Not  wisely,  but  too  well. 

—  Red  as  a  rose  is  she. 

Brown,  Marshall.     Wit  and  humor. 
Buckley,  Arabella  B.     Fairyland  of  science. 


BULWER-LYTTON. 


62  — 


FAMOUS. 


Bulwer-Lvtton,  E.   R.   (Owen  Meredith.)      Ring  of 

Amasis,  The. 
Bulwer.     See  Lytton,  E.  G.  E.  L.  B.  (Lord.) 
Burlingame,  Edward  E.    (Ed.)     Current  discussions: 

International  politics. 

—  Questions  of  belief. 
Burnett,  Mrs.  F.  H.     Jail's  daughter. 

—  Lindsay's  luck. 

—  Miss  Crespigny. 

—  Quiet  life,  A. 

—  Surly  Tim,  and  other  stories.     (2  cop.) 
Busch.  Moritz.   (Dr.)      Bismarck  in  the  Franco-Ger- 
man war. 

By  the  sea.     Currier,  Mrs.  S. 

c 

California  flora ;  a  manual  of  botany  for  beginners. 
Rattan,  Volney. 

Cameron  pride.     Holmes,  Mrs.  M.  J. 

Camille;  or,  the  fate  of  a  coquette,  Dumas.  A.  (fils.) 

Campbell,  Thomas.     Poetical  works. 

Candeze,  Ernest.  (Dr.)  Curious  adventures  of  a 
field  cricket. 

Cape  Cod,  and  all  along  shore  stories.   Nordhoff,  C. 

Capes,  W.  W.  Roman  empire  of  the  second  century; 
or,  the  age  of  the  Antonines.  (Epochs  of  an- 
cient history. ) 

Carry's  confession.     Robinson,  F.  W. 

Castle  Hohenwald.  Tr.  from  the  German,  by  Mrs. 
Wister. 

Castlemon,  H.     Mail  carrier,  The.     (3  cop.) 

Cavalry  tactics.    (3  vols.) 

Castons,  The.     Lytton,  E.  G.  E.  L.  B.  (Lord.) 

Charles,  Mrs.  E.  R.     Diary  of  Kitty  Trevylyan. 

Charles  O'Malley.     Lever,  C. 

Charlotte's   inheritance.     (Franklin  Square  library.) 

Braddon,  M.  E. 
Cherry-ripe.     (2  cop. )      (By  the  author  of  "  Comin' 

thro1  the  rye.") 
Church  and  state  in  the  United  States.       Thompson, 

J- P. 

Clay,  Bertha  M.     Thrown  on  the  world. 

Clemens,  S.  L.  (Mark  Twain.)  Adventures  of  Tom 
Sawyer 

Clive,  Robert.  (Lord.)     Life  of.     Macaulay,  T.  B. 

Cobbett.  Wm.  Letters  on  the  late  war  between  the 
United  States  and  Great  Britain,  together  with 
other  miscellaneous  writings  on  the  same  sub- 
ject. 

Commercial  products  of  the  sea.       Simmonds,  P.  L. 

Common  sense  in  business.     Freedley,  E.  F. 

Comparative  politics  with  the  unity  of  history.  Free- 
man, E.  A. 

Congress  and  action  of  scientific  and  commercial  asso- 
ciation.    Henry,  W. 

Constitutional  text-book  :  containing  selections  from 
the  writings  of  Daniel  Webster ;  the  declara- 
tion of  independence  ;  the  constitution  of  the 
United. States,  and  Washington's  farewell  ad- 
dress. 

Coolidge,  S.   (pseud.)     See  Woolsey,  S.  C. 

Cordova,  J-  de.     New  map  of  Texas,  1855. 

Count  Christoval.     Reynolds,  G.  W. 

Cowley,  Charlotte.  Ladies'  history  of  England,  from 
the  descent  of  Julius  Cresar  to  summer  of  1780. 

Craik,  Georgiana  M.     Miss  Moore. 

Critical  history  of  free  thought.     Farrar,  A.  S. 

Cruel  as  the  grave.     Southworth,  Mrs. 

Cudlip,  Mrs.  P.  (Annie  Thomas.)     On  guard. 

—  Walter  Goring. 

Cupid  and  Chow  Chow.     Alcott,  L.  M. 

Curious  adventures  of  a.  held  cricket.      Candeze,  E. 

Current  discussions  :  International  politics  ;  questions 
of  belief.      Burlingame,  Edward  L.   (Ed.) 


Currier,  Mrs.  S.     By  the  sea. 

CurtitlS,  Ernst.   (Prof.)      History  of  Greece.      (5  v.) 
Tr.  by  A.  W.  Ward. 


D 

Daisy  Ward's  work.     McLain,  M.  W. 

Damon,  William  E.     Ocean  wonders. 

Daughter  of  Bohemia,  A.     Fisher,  F.  E.  (Christian 

Reid. ) 
Darkness  and  daylight.     Holmes,  Mrs.  M.J. 
Damley;  or,  the  field  of  the  cloth  of  gold.      James, 

G.  P.  R. 
Davies,  J.   L.,  and  Vaughn,   D.  J.        Republic   of 

Plato. 
Davis,  Mrs.  R.  H.     Law  uhto  herself,  A. 
Dead  Sea  fruit.     Braddon,  M.  E. 
Defoe,  Daniel.     Journal  of  the  plague  in  London. 

—  Same.     Life  of.      Minto,  W.      (In  English  men 
of  letters.)     Morley,  J.  (Ed.) 

De  Lanoye,  F.     Egypt,  3300  years  ago. 

De  ilille,  J-     Lily  and  the  cross. 

Demosthenes.     Orations  of.     Leland,  T.   (Tr.) 

Denison,  Mary  A*     Victor  Norman. 

De  Witt,  Madame  Guizot.     Only  sister. 

Diary  of  Kitty  Trevylyan.     Charles,  Mrs. 

Diaz,  Mrs.  A.  W.     Lucy  Maria. 

Dick,  Robert,  geologist  and  botanist.     Smiles,  S. 

Dickens,  Charles.     Hard  times. 

—  Master  Humphrey's  clock. 
Dickens'  dictionary.     Pierce,  G.  A. 
Dickenson,  Anna.     What  answer  ? 
Discoveries  of  the  French  in  1768. 
Donald's  school  days.      Howard,  O.  O.   (General.) 
Double  wedding.     Warfield,  Mrs.  C.  A. 
Douglas,  Amanda  M.     With  fate  against  him. 
Drawing-room  stage.     Baker,  G. 
Driven  from  the  path.     Smart,  C. 
Dumas,  A.  (fils.)    Camille  ;  or,  the  fate  of  a  coquette. 
Dupuy,  Mrs.  E.  A.     Mysterious  guest. 

E 

Edgar,  J>  C.     Boyhood  of  great  men. 

Edna  Browning.     Holmes,  Mrs.  M.  J. 

Edwards,  Mrs.  Annie.     Leah,  a  woman  of  fashion. 

EgglestOD,  E.     Hoosier  schoolmaster. 

Egypt,  3,300  years  ago.       (In  illustrated  library  of 

wonders.)     De  Lanoye,  F. 
Eight  cousins.     Alcott,  L.  M. 
Eirene;  or,  a  woman's  right.     Ames,  M.  C. 
Elioart,  Mrs.     Boy  with  an  idea. 
Eliot,  George,   (pseud. )     See  Lewes,  Mrs.  M.  J. 
Eminent  women  of  the  age.     Parton,  J.  et  al. 
Enchanting  and  enchanted.      From   the    German  of 

Hacklander.     Tr.  by  Mrs.  A.  L.  Wister. 
English  actors.     Baker,  H.  B. 
English  constitution.     Bagehot,  W. 
Essays  on  the  origin  and  growth  of  religion.       Mul- 

ler,  Max. 
Events  and    transactions  in  India.      Wellington, 

Arthur  Wellesley.  (Duke  of.) 
Every  boy's  book. 
Exile.  ("  Little  Classics,"  vol.  1.)  Johnson,  R.  (Ed. ) 

F 

Face  illumined.     Roe,  (Rev.)  E.  P. 

Fairyland  of  science.    Buckley,  A.  B. 

Family  feud.  Harder,  L.  Tr.  Mrs.  A.  L.  Wister. 


Famous  boys.       By    De 
Thackeray,  et  al. 
Famous  men. 
FamOUS  stories.     (2  vols.) 


Quincey,    Hawthorne,. 


FARJEON. 


—  6.1  — 


HAY. 


Farjesn,  B.  L.     Blade  o'  grass. 

Fawcett,  Henry.     Free  trade  and  protection. 

Findlay.  Alex.     Pacific  pilot. 

Fisher,  F.  E.  (Christian  Reid.)  Daughter  of  Bohemia. 

Five  weeks  in  a  balloon.     Verne,  J. 

Fortune,  ("Little  Classics,"  v.  12.)  Johnson,  R.Ed. 

Four  sisters.     Bremer,  Miss  F. 

For  her  sake.     Robinson,  F.  W.    . 

FOZ,  C.  J.  Histdry  of  the  early  part  of  the  reign  of 
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Freedley,  E.  T.     Common  sense  in  business. 

Freeman,  E.  A.     Comparative  politics. 

Free  trade  and  protection.  An  inquiry  into  the 
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England.     Fawcett,  H. 

From  my  youth  up.  (Marian  Harland.)  Terhune, 
M.  V.  H. 

French.— 

About,    Edmond     Francois    Valentin. 
Exposition  des  beaux-arts,  L'. 

—  Nez  d'un  notaire,  Le. 

—  Nos  artistes  au  salon  de  1857. 

—  Roi  des  montaignes.  Le. 
Balzac,  Honore  de.     Beatrix. 

—  Centenaire,  le. 

—  Esther.     (2  vols.) 

Baude,  M.  Louis.  Cahiers  d  'une  eleve  de 
St.  Denis. 

Bernard,  C.  de.    Homme  serieux,  un. 

Berthet,  Ehi.     Convulsionaire,  la. 

Boileau-Despreux,  N.     CEuvres  de'.    (3  v.) 

Boom,  Cornelius  de.  Solution  politique  et 
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Deleon,  (Abbe  *  *  *  )  Odeurs  ultramon- 
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Dumas,  Alexandre.  (D.)  Comptede  Mon- 
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—  Excursions  sur  les  bords  du  Rhin  :  impres- 
sions de  voyage.     (3  vols.) 

—  Impressions  de  voyage.     (2  vols.) 
Fenelon,  F.  de  S.  de  la  M.      Aventures  de 

Telemaque. 

Gay,  Sophie.     Countesse  D'  Egmont,  La. 

Gengembre,  P.  W.  Practical  French  in- 
structor. 

Guizot,  Francois  Pierre Guillaume.  Es- 
sais  sur  1'  histoire  de  France. 

Houssaye,  Arsene.  Passion  sous  la  Reeence, 
Une. 

Hugo,  Victor.     Homme  qui  rit,  L\ 

—  Traivailleurs  de  la  mer,  Les. 

Jacotot,  J.  Enseignment  universel :  Langue 
etrangere  ;  I^angue  maternelle  ;  Mathemati- 
ques  ;  Musique. 

Jouy,  M.  E.     Cecile  ;  ou  les  passions.    (3  v.) 

L'Abbe  ***    See  Deleon. 

Lamartine,  A.  de.     Graziella. 

Laporte,  Count  de.     French  grammar. 

Mery,  Joseph.     Juive  au  Vatican,  La. 

Montesquieu,  C.  de  S.  (Baron.)    CEuvres. 

—  Essai  sur  le  gout. 

Napoleon  I.  (Emperor  of  France.)  Me- 
moirs pour  servir  a  1'  histoire  de  France,  sous 
Napoleon,  ecrits  a  Sainte-Helene,  sous  la 
dictee  de  1'  Empereur,  par  les  genereux  qui 
ont  partege  sa  captivite,  et  publies  sur  les 
manuscrits,  entierement  correges  de  sa  main. 

PlNNEY,  N.     Progressive  French  reader. 

—  French  and  English  Testament. 
Racine,  Jean.     (Euvres.     (5  vols.) 
Saint-Pierre,  Jacques  Henri  Bernardin 

DB.     Harmonies  de  la  nature.     (3  vols.) 
Voltaire,   Francis  Marie  Arouet  de.  j 
CEuvres.     (2  vols.) 

—  Histoire  de  Charles  XII,  roi  de  suede. 
French  poets  and  novelists.     James,  H.  Jr. 


Froebel,    Friedrich.       Mother     songs     and     nursery 

rhymes. 
From  Egypt  to  Palestine.     Bartlett,  S.  C. 

a 

Gabriel  Conroy.     Harte,  F.  B. 

Game-keeper  at  home,  The.  Sketches  of  natural  his- 
tory and  rural  life. 

Gardner,  Celia.     Stolen  waters.     (Poem.) 

Garrett,  Edward,  (pseud. )     See  Mayo,  Mrs.  J.  R. 

Geological  survey  of  Michigan  :  Lower  Peninsula. 
I873-6.     (vol.  3.) 

German  literature.     History  of.     Hosmer,  J.  R. 

German,  practical  grammar  of.     Tierks,  J.  G. 

Gil  Bias,  adventures  of.  Le  Sage,  A.  R.  Tr.  by 
Smollett. 

Girl's  romance,  &c.     Robinson.  F.  W. 

Gladstone,  (Hon.)  W.  E.  Gleanings  of  past  years. 
(2  vols.) 

Gleanings  of  past  years.     Gladstone,  W.  E. 

Goldsmith,  Oliver.  Life  of.  (English  men  of  letters.) 
Black,  W. 

Government.— 

Bagehot,  W.     English  constitution. 
Burlingame,  Edward   L.    (Ed.)      Interna- 
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Freeman,  E.  A.      Comparative  politics,  with 

the  unity  of  history. 
Holmes,  A.     Parties  and  their  principles. 
Thompson,  J.  P.      Church  and  state   in  the 
United  States;  with   an    appendix     on    the 
German  population. 
Government  of  Thiers,  from  February  8th,  187 1,  to 
May  24th,  1873.  (2  vols.)    Simon,  M.  Jules. 
Grammar  land.    Nesbitt,  L.  M. 
Greece.     History  of.      Curtius,  E.  (Dr.)      Tr.  by 

Ward,  A.  \V. 
Greek.    First  book  in.    McClintock  and  Crookes. 
Greville,  Henry.     Philomene's  marriage. 
—  Pretty  little  Countess  Zina. 
Gypsy  mother,  The.     Jones,  H.  M. 

H 

Hacklander,  Friedrich  Wilhelm.     Enchanting  and  en- 
chanted.    (Tr.  by  Mrs.  A.  L.  Wister.) 
Hamerton,  Philip  Gilbert.     Modern  Frenchmen. 
Contents 
Ampere,  Jean  Jacques  ;  historian,  archeelogist,  traveler. 
Jacquemont,  Victor ;  traveler  and  naturalist. 
Perreyve,  Henri  ;  ecclesiastic  and  orator. 
Reguault,  Henri ;  painter  anil  patriot. 
Rude,  Francois  ;  sculptor. 

Hammersmith,  his  Harvard  days.   Severance,  M.  S. 

Hand-book  almanac  for  the  Pacific  States,   1862-63-64. 

Handy  Andy.     Lover.  S. 

Hanway,  Jonas.  Defeats  of  police  the  cause  of  immor- 
alities, and  the  continued  robberies  committed, 
particularly  in  and  about  the  metropolis;  with 
various  proposals  for  preventing  hanging  and 
transportation  :  likewise  for  the  establishment 
of  several  plans  of  police  on  a  permanent  ba- 
sis, with  respect  to  common  beggars  ;  the  reg- 
ulation of  paupers  ;  the  peaceful  security  of 
subjects ;  and  the  moral  and  political  conduct 
of  the  people. 

Hard  times.    Dickens,  C. 

Harem  life  in  Egypt  and  Constantinople.       Lott,  E. 

Hargrave,  F.  hm  Butler,  C.  Notes  on  the  first 
institute.     (3  vols.) 

Harkness.  A.     Latin  reader. 

Harland,  Marian,  (pseud.)  See  Terhune,  Mrs.  M.  V.  H 

Harry  Lorrequer.     Lever,  C. 

Harte,  F.    B.     Gabiiel  Conroy. 

Hastings,  Warren.     Life  of.     Macaulay,  T.  B. 

Hay,  Mary  Cecil.      Hidden  perils. 


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V.    H. 


Headley,  P.  C.     Island  of  fire,  The. 

—  Life  of  Mary,  queen  of  Scots. 

Helen  Gardner.     Terhune,  Mrs.  M.  V.  H. 

ian  Harland.) 
Henry  Masterton.     James,  G.   P.  R. 
Henry  of  Guise.     Same. 
HentZ,  C-  Lee.     Love  after  marriage. 
Her  dearest  foe.     Alexander,  Mrs. 
Her  face  was  her  fortune.     Robinson,  F.  W. 
Hidden  path,    The.      Terhune,   Mrs.    M. 

(Marian  Harland.) 
Hidden  perils.     Hay,  M.  C. 

History.— 

Bacon,  N.  Historical  and  political  discourse 
of  the  laws  of  and  government  of  England. 

Capes,  W.  W.  Age  of  the  Antonines.  (In 
epochs  of  history. ) 

Cobbett,  William.  Letters  on  the  late  war 
between  United  States  and  Great  Britain, 
together  with  other  manuscript  writing  on 
the  same  subject. 

Cowley,  C.     Ladies'  history  of  England. 

Curtius.  E.     History  of  Greece.     (5  vols.) 

Fox,  C.  J.       History  of  the  early  part  of  the 
reign  of  James  II. 
"V^-        Headley,  P.  C,     Island  of  fire. 

Howitt,  M.     Vignettes  of  American  history. 

Malcolm,  II.  L.  India  and  the  Indian  mu- 
tiny. 

Simon,  M.  Jules.  Government  of  Thiers, 
from  February  8th,  1871,  to  May  24th,  1873. 
(2  vols. ) 

Tylor,  M.  C.       History  of  American  litera- 
ture. 
Holland,  J-  G.     Arthur  Bonnicastle. 

—  Kathrina.      (Poem.) 

—  Miss  Gilbert's  career. 

Holmes,  A.     Parties  and  their  principles. 
Holmes,^*     M.J.     Cameron  pride. 

—  Rose  Mather. 
Holmes.  O.  W.     Poems. 

Hoosier  schoolmaster,  The.     Eggleston,  E. 

Hosmer,  J-  K.     History  of  German  literature. 

Hospital  sketches,     Alcott,  L.  M. 

Howard,  O.  O.   (General.)     Donald's  school  days. 

Howells,  W.  D.     Lady  of  the  Aroostook. 

Howitt,  Mary.     Vignettes  of  American  history. 

How  not  to  be  sick.     Bellows,  A.  J. 

Hughes,  Thomas.     Tom  Brown's  school  days. 

Hugo,  V.     Toilers  of  the  sea. 

Huguenots,  The.     James,  G.  P.  R. 

Hume,  David.     Life  of.      Huxley,  (Prof.)  T.  H. 

Terhune,  Mrs.  M.  V.  H. 

life  of  David  Hume. 


Husbands  and  homes. 
Huxley,  T.  H.  (Prof) 


Italian  (continued.) — 

Metastasio,  Pietro  Bonaventura.    Opere 
schelte.     (4  vols. ) 

Contents  : 

Giovanni  Villanidi.    (vol.4. 


Didone.     (vol.  1.) 
Clemenza  di  Tito. 


(vol.  3.)    I  Olimpiade.    (vol.  2.) 


James,  G.  P.  R.     Gypsy. 

—  Henry  Masterton. 

—  Henry  of  Guise. 
■ — ■  Richelieu. 

James,  Henry,  Jr.     Daisy  Miller. 

—  French  poets  and  novelists. 

Contents  •' 


Balzac,  Honore  de . 

Balzac's  letters.  I 

Baudelaire.  Charles. 

Bernard,  Charles  de  and  Flanbert,  G. 

Gautier,  Theophile. 

Musset,  Alfred  de. 


Merimee's  letters. 

Sabrau,  Madame  de . 

Saud,  George. 

Theatre  Fraucaise,  The 

Turgeneiff. 

Two  Amperes,  The. 


—  Roderick  Hudson. 
Jarl's  daughter.     Burnett,  Mrs.  F.  H. 
Jerrold,  Douglas.     Best  of  all  good  company. 
John  Marchmont's  legacy.     Braddon,  M,  E. 
John  Worthington's  name.     Benedict,  F.  L. 
Johnson,  R-  {Ed.)  Authors.  ("Little  Classics," 
Content* 


13- 


Indes  to  North  American  review. 

India  and  the  Indian  mutiny.     Malcolm,  H.   L. 

India,  events  and    transactions    in.       WELLINGTON, 

Arthur  Wellesley.  (Duke  oj.) 
Indian  question,  The.     Ottis,  E.  S.  (Lt.  Col.) 
Intellect.    (Little  Clastice,  v.  2.)   Johnson,  R.  (Ed.) 
International  politics.       (Current  discussions,  vol.  I.) 

BURLINGAME,  E.   L.     (Ed.) 

Island  of  fire.     Headley,  P.  C. 
Is  it  true?     Craik,  D.  M.  M. 

Italian.— 

Baretti,  G.      Dictionario  dell  lingue  Italian 

ed  Inglese. 
Constantini,  P.   L.    da.      Nuova  Scelta  di 

Poesie  Italiane,  tratte  da'  pin  celebri  autori 

antichi  e  moderni. 
Foresti,  Felix.     Ollendorff's  new  method  of 

learning  to  read,  write  and  speak  the  Italian 

language. 


Addison,  Joseph 
Anonymous. 
Banini,  John 
Barbauld,  Anna  Lsetitia. 
Barham,  Richard  Harris. 
Barnes,  William 
Beattie,  James 
Blake,  William 
Boker,  George  Henry 
Brown,  John  \.M.  D.) 
Browuing,  Elizabeth  Barrett 
Browning,  Robert 
Bryant,  William  Cullen 
Buchanan,  Robert 
Bulwer  Lytton,  Edward 
Bulwer  Lytton,  Robert 
Burns,  Robert 
Byron.  I-ord 
Campbell,  Thomai 
Carleton,  William 
Chatterton,  Thomas. 
Clough,  Arthur  Hugh 
Coleridge,  Samuel  Taylor 
Collins.  William 
Cook,  Theodore  P. 
Craik,  Dinah  SI .  Mulock 
Crowe,  Catherine 
Cunningham,  Allen 
Curtis,  Geo.  William 
Davis,  Rebecca  Harding 
Davis,  Thomas 
De  Forest,  John 
De  Kroyft,  Mrs.  S.  H. 
De  Quincey,  Thomas 
Dilidin,  Chares 
Dickens,  Charles 

Disraeli,  Benj . 

Dobell,  Sidney 

Dommet.  Alfred 

Drake,  Joseph  Rodman 

Dryden,  John 

Durleriu.  Lady 

Eastman,  Charles  G. 

Edgeworth,  Maria 

Edwards.  Amelia  B. 

Emerson,  Ralph  Waldo 

Ferguson,  Samuel 

Finch,  Francis  M. 

Gait,  John 

Goldsmith,  Oliver 

Gray,  Thomas 

Greenwood,  James 

Griffin,  Gerald 

Hale,  Edward  Everett 

Halleck,  Fits-Greens 

Harte,  Bret 

Hawthorne   Nathaniel 

Hcm.uis,  Felicia 

Herbert,  George 

Hervey,  Thomas  K. 

H  oilman,  Chas.  Fenno 

Hogg,  James 

Holmes,  Oliver  Wendell 

Hood,  Thomas 

Howells,  William  D. 

Howitt.  William 

lugelow,  Jean 

Jones.  Sir  William 

Jndson,  Emily  C. 

Keats.   John 
King,  Henry, 
Kingsley,  Charles 
Klngsley,  Henry 
Knox, William 
Lamb,  Charles 
l.eydeii,  John 


Lincoln,  Abraham 
Locker,  Frederick 
Longfellow,  Henry  W. 
Lovelace.  Richard 
Lover,  Samuel 
Lowell,  James  Russell 
Lowell,  Robert  T.  S. 
Ludlow,  Fitz  Hngh 
Macaulay,  Thos.  B. 
MacCarthy,  Denis  F. 
Mackenzie,  Henry 
Mangan,  James  Clarence 
Mayo.  Isabella 
Melville,  Herman 
Miller,  Hugh 

Milues,  Richard  Monckton 
Milton,  John 
Mitchell,  Donald  G. 
Mitford,  A    Bertram! 
Moir.  David  Macbeth 
Moore,  Thomas 
Morris,  William 
Motherwell,  Wiiliara 
Mudford,  William 
Nairns,  LadY 
Neal,  John 
Norton,  Caroline 
O'Connor,  Francis 
O'Connor,  William  D. 
O'Hara,  Theodore 
Osgood,  Kate  Putnam 

Parsons,  Thomas  William 

Phelps,  Elizabeth  Stuart, 

Pierpont,  John 

Plukuey,  Edward  Coats 
Poe,  Edgar  Allen 

Pope,  Alexander 

Proctor,  Adelaide  Anne 

Proctoi .  Bryan  Waller 

Proctor,  Edna  Dean 

Raleign,  Sir  Walter 

Ranio.  L.  de  la 

Read,  Thomas  Buchanan 

Reade,  Charles 

Realff,  Richard 

Ruskin.  John. 

Saunders,  Katherine 

Scott,  Sir  Walter 

Shakespeare.  William 

Shelley,   Percy   Bysshe 

Shirley,  James 

Sillery,  Charles  Doyne 

Smith,  Alexander 

Smith,  Horace 

Southey,  Caroline  Bowles 

Spoffoid,  Harriet  Prescott 

Stedman,  Edmund  Clarence 

Taylor,  Bayard 

Taylor,  Benj.  F. 

Tennyson,  Alfred 

Thackeray,  William  Makepeace 

Timrod,  Henry 

Vaughan,  Henry 

Wakefield.  Nancy  Priest 

Walker,  Mrs.  E.  A. 

Waller,  Edmund 

Waller.  John  Francis 

Wastel,  SimoD 

White,  Joseph  Blanco 

Whittier,  John  Greenleaf 

Wildo.  Richard 

Wilkinson, W.C. 

Willis.  Nathaniel  Park 
Wilson,  John 
Winthrop,  Theodore 

Wordsworth.  William 


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Johnson,  Samuel.     Life  of.    Macaulay,  T.  B. 
—  Same.     Life  of.     Ed.  by  Mason,  E.  F. 
Jones,  H.  M.     Gypsy  mother,  The. 
Journal  of  the  plague  in  London.     Defoe,  D. 
Journey  to  the  centre  of  the  earth.     Verne.  J. 

K 

Zatherine -Earle.    Trafton,  A. 

Kemble,    Frances   Anne.       Records  of    a    girlhood. 

(2  cop. ) 
Kingston,  W.  H.  G.     Twice  lost. 


Lady  of  the  Aroostook.     Howells,  W.  D. 

Latin.— 

Harkness,  Albert.     Latin  reader. 
Walker,  J.      Selections  from  Lucien,  with  a 
Latin  translation  and  English  notes. 

Laughter.     ("Little  Classics"  vol.  5.) 

Law  unto  herself,  A.     Davis,  K.  H. 

Leah,  a  woman  of  fashion.     Edwards,  Mrs.  A. 

Legend  of  Montrose.     Scott,  Sir  W. 

Legoure,  E.      Reading  as  a  fine  art. 

Leland,  Thomas.   ^  Tr. )       Orations  of  Demosthenes. 

Le  Sage,  Alain  Rene.  Adventures  of  Gil  Bias,  of 
Santillane.  Tr.  from  the  French  by  T.  Smol- 
lett. 

Letters  and  memoirs  relating  to  the  war  of  American 
independence.     Riedesel,  Madame  de. 

Letters  on  the  late  war  between  America  and  Great 
Britain.     COBBBTT,  W. 

Lever,  Charles.     Charles  O'Malley. 

—  Harry  Lorrequer. 

—  Jack  Hinton. 

—  Knight  of  Gwynne. 

—  Martins  of  Cro'  Martin,  The 

—  Maurice  Tiernay. 

Life  in  the  East  Indies.     Thomes,  W.  H. 
Life  of  J.  M.  W.  Turner.     Hamerton,  P.  G. 
Lily  and  the  cross.     De  MlLLE,  J. 
Little  classics.   (Series.)  (12  v.)    Johnson,  R.  (Ed.) 
Contents  : 


Childhood,     (vol.  10.) 
Comedy,   (vol.9.) 
Exile,    (vol.1.) 
Fortune,    (vol.  12.) 
Heroism,    (vol.11.) 
Intellect,    (vol,  2.) 


Laughter,     (vol.  8.) 
Life,    ('vol.  4-) 
Lovo.    (vol.6.> 
Mystery,     (vol.  8.) 
Romance,    (vol.7.) 
Tragedy,    fvol.3.) 


Reynolds,  G.  M. 

Harem  life  in  Egypt  and  Constan- 


Little  Kate  Kirby.     Robinson,  F.   W. 

Lives  of  the    most  eminent  painters,  sculptors    and 

architects.      Vasari,  G.       (Tr.  by   Mrs.    J. 

Foster.) 
Lord  Saxondale. 
Lott,  Emmeline. 

tinople. 

Love.     ("Little  Classics,"  vol.  6.) 
Love  after  marriage.     Hentz,  Mrs.  C.  Lee. 
Lover,  Samuel.     Handy  Andy. 
Loves  of  the  angels.     (Poem.)     Moore,  T. 
Lowell,  Robert.     Stories  from  an  old  Dutch  town. 
Lucy  Maria.     Diaz,  Mrs.  A.  M. 
Lukin,  J.     Boy  engineers,  The. 
Luther,  Martin.     Boyhood  of.     Mayhew,  H. 
Lytton,  E.  G.  E.  L.  B.  (Lord.)     Caxtons. 

—  Night  and  morning. 

M 

Macaria.   (2  cop.)  Wilson,  Mrs.  A.  J.  (Miss Evans.) 
Macaulay,   T.    B.  (Lord.)      Life  of  Robert   (Lord) 
Clive. 

—  Life  of  Warren  Hastings. 

—  Life  of  Samuel  Johnson. 

—  Life  of  Machiavelli. 

—  Life  of  Horace  Walpole. 


M'Clellan.  R-  Guy.  Republicanism  in  America.  A 
history  of  the  colonial  and  republican  govern- 
ments of  the  United  States  of  America,  from 
the  year  1607  to  1869. 

Macdonald,  George.     Paul  Faber. 

—  Sir  Gibbie. 

—  Wilfred  Cumbermede. 

Machiavelli,  Niccolo  di  Bernardo.  Life  of.  Ma- 
caulay, T.  B. 

Maid  of  Killeena,  and  other  stories.     Black,  W. 

Mail  carrier,  The.     (3  cop.)     Castlemon,  H. 

Malcolm,  H.  L.     India  and  the  Indian  mutiny. 

"Maori,"  (pseud.)  Sport  and  work  on  the  Nepaul 
frontier  ;  or,  twelve  years'  sporting  reminiscen- 
ces of  an  indigo  planter. 

Marian  Gray.     Holmes,  Mrs.  M.  J. 

Marie  Antoinette  and  her  son.  Mundt,  Mrs.  C.  (L. 
Muhlbach. ) 

Maritime  affairs.    Uztariz,  G. 

Marryatt,  F.  (Capt.)     Snarleyyow,  the  dog  fiend. 

Martins  of  Cro'  Martin,  The.     Lever,  C. 

Mary,  queen  of  Scots.     Life  of.     Headley,  P.  C. 

Mason,  E.  F.  (Ed.)  Samuel  Johnson;  his  words 
and  his  ways  ;  what  he  said,  what  he  did,  and 
what  men  thought  and  spoke  about  him. 

MatheWS,  William.     Oratory  and  orators. 

Mattie  ;  a  stray.     Robinson,  F.  W. 

Maurice  Tiernay.     Lever,  C. 

MayheW.  Henry.     Boyhood  of  Martin  Luther. 

—  Wonders  of  science. 

Meyer,  Bertha.     Aids  to  family  government. 
Minot,  George.     Statutes  and  treaties,  1851-53-55. 
Minto,  William.     Life  of  Daniel  Defoe.     Morley,  J. 

{Ed.) 
Miriam.      Terhune,    Mrs.  M.  V.    H.       (Marian 

Harland. ) 
Miss  Angel.     Thackeray,  Miss  A.  I. 
Miss  Crespigny.     Burnett,  Mrs.  F.  H. 
Miss  Gilbert's  career.     Holland,  J.  G. 
Miss  Moore.     Craik,  G.  M. 
Mr.  Vaughn's  heir.     Benedict,  F.  L. 
Modern  Classics — 

Contents: 

D.misI.iw  palace.  The.     Whclpley,  J.D. 

Diamond  lens.  The.    O'Brien,  Fitz-Jaines. 

Elkanah  Brewster's  temptation.     Nordhoff,  C. 

Friend  Eli's  daughter.    Taylor,  Bayard. 

Half-life  and  half  a  life,  A.      Appleton.  Miss  E.  H. 

Life  In  the  iron  mills.    Harding,  Miss  R.  B. 

KM  without  a  country      Hale,  E.  E. 

Miss  Lucinda.    Terry,  Miss  Rose. 

My  double  and  how  he  undid  me.     Hale.  E.  E. 

Pursuit  of  knowledge  under  difficulties.    Hamilton,  Gall, 

yueen  of  the  red  chessmen,  The.    Hale.  Miss  I.    P. 

Raft  that  no  man  made,  A.     Lowell,  R.  T.  8. 

Victor  and  Jacqueline-    Chesehro,  ('aniline. 

Why  Thomas  was  discharged.     Arnold,  (>. 

Modern  Frenchmen.     Hamerton,  P.  G. 

Molly  Bawn.     By  the  Duchess. 

Monarch  of  mincing  lane.     Black,  W. 

Moore,  Th.     Loves  of  the  angels. 

Morley,  J-  (Ed.)     English  men  of  letters.     (Series). 

—  Daniel  Defoe.     Minto,  W. 

—  David  Hume.     Huxley,  (Prof.)  T.  H. 

—  Oliver  Goldsmith.     BLACK,  W. 

—  Percy  B.  Shelley.     Symonds,  J.  A. 

Morris,  W.    O'C.      French   revolution.      Epochs  of 

history.     (2  cop.) 
Moss-side.     Terhune,  Mrs.  M.  V.  H. 
Mother  songs  and  nursery  rhymes.     Froebel,  F. 
Muhlbach,  Louise,  (pseud. )     See  Mundt,  Mrs.  Clara. 
Muller,  Friedrich  Maximilian.       Essays  on  the  origin 

and  growth  of  religion. 
Mulock,  Miss.     See  Craik,  D.  M.   If. 
Mundt,  Mrs.  Clara.  {Midler)  (L.  Muhlhadi.)     Marie 

Antoinette  and  her  son. 
My  boys.     Alcott,  L.  M. 
M7  daughter  Elinor.     Benedict,  F.  L. 
My  girls.     Alcott,  L.  M. 
My  little  love.     Terhune,  Mrs.  M.  V.  H. 


PUCK. 


66  — 


SIMON. 


Mystery.     (" Little  Classics,"  vol.  8.)     Johnson,  R. 
\Ed.) 

Mysterious  guest.    Dupuy,  e.  a. 


N 

Nancy.    Broughton,  r. 

National  almanac  and  annual  record,  1863-64. 

Nautical  almanac. 

Navy  register,  1868. 

Neighbors.  The.     Bremer,  Miss  F. 

Neighbors'  wives.     Trowbridge,  J.  T. 

Nesbltt,  L.  M.     Grammar  land. 

Newcomb,  Simon.     ABC  of  finance. 

New  Puritan,  The.     Pike,  James  S. 

Night  and  morning.     Lytton,  E.  G.  E.  L.  B. 

No  man's  friend.     Robjnson,  F.  W. 

Nordhoff,  Charles.       Cape  Cod,  and  all  along  shore 

stories. 
Not  wisely,  but  too  well.     Broughton,  R. 


^ 


o 


Da- 


Ocean  wonders :  a  companion  for  the  seaside. 

mon,  W.  E. 
Odd-fellows  digest  of  the  independent  order  of. 
Odd  trump,  The. 

Old  Myddleton's  money.     Hay,  M.  C. 
On  guard.     Cudi.ip,  Mrs.  P.  (Annie  Thomas.) 
Only  sister.     De  Witt,  Madame  G. 
On  the  hights.     Auerbach,  B. 
Orations  of  Demosthenes.     Leland,  T.  H.   (Ed.) 
Oratory  and  orators.     Mathews,  W. 
Osgeola,    Reid,  Mayne. 
Other  girls,  The.     Whitney,  Mrs.  A.  D.  T. 


Paoific  pilot.     Findlay,  A. 

Parker,  Thomas.     Shipping  and  insurance. 

Parties  and  their  principles.     Holmes,  A. 

Parton,  James,  et  al.     Eminent  women  of  the  age. 

Paul  Faber.     Macdonai.d,  G. 

Phemie's  temptation.  Terhune,  M.  V.  H.  (Mar- 
ian Harland. ) 

Philip  Augustus.    James,  G.  P.  R. 

Phillips,  Wendell.     Speeches,  lectures  and  letters. 

Philomene's  marriage.     Greville,  H. 

Phyllis.     By  the  author  of  "  Molly  Bawn." 

Pierce,  G.  A.     Dickens'  dictionary. 

Pike,  James  S.  New  Puritan,  The.  New  England 
two  hundred  years  ago  ;  with  some  account  of 
the  life  of  Robert  Pike,  the  Puritan  who  de- 
fended the  Quakers,  resisted  clerical  domina- 
tion and  opposed  the  witchcraft  persecution. 

Pilot,  American  coast.   ;  Blunt,  E.  M. 

Pilot,  Pacific.     Findlay,  A. 

Pizarro,  Gonzalo,  Adventures  and  conquests  of. 
Towle,  G.  M. 

Political  economy.— 

Fawcett,  Henry.  Free  trade  and  protection. 
Newcomb.  S.     A  B  C  of  finance. 
Ottis,  Elwes  S.  (Lt.  Col.)     Indian  question. 
Woolsey,  T.  D.      Political  science.     (2  vols.) 
Young,  E.     Labor  in  Europe  and  America. 

Political  science.     Woolsey,  T.  D. 

PonCO  de  Leon;  or  the  rise  of  the  Argentine  republic. 
By  an  Estanciero. 

Poor  humanity.     Robinson,  F.  W. 

Preliminary  report  of  the  decimal  coinage  com- 
mission. 

Pretty Jjttle  countess  Zina.     Greville,  H. 

Prinoe  Deucalion.     (Poem.)    Taylor,  Bayard. 

Puck.     Rame,  L.  de  LA,  (Ouida). 


Q 

Quiet  life.  A.     Burnett,  Mrs.  F.  H. 
Quits.     Tautphceus,  J.  M.  von.   (Baroness) 


R 

Rame,  Louise  de  la,  (Ouida).     Beatrice  Boville. 

—  Puck. 

—  Strathmore. 

—  Tricotrin. 

Rattan,  Volney.  Popular  California  Flora.  A  man- 
ual of  botany  for  beginners,  containing  des- 
criptions of  exogenous  plants  growing  in  Cen- 
tral California,  and  westward  to  the  ocean. 

Reading  as  a  fine  art.     Legoure,  E. 

Records  of  a  girlhood.     Kemble,  F.  A. 

Rector's  Daughter,  The.     Bowman,  Anne. 

Red  as  a  rose  is  she.     Broughton.  R. 

Reed,  W.  B.     Reprint  of  Washington's  letters. 

Reid.  Christian,  (pseud).     See  Fisher,  F.  E. 

Reid,  Mayne,  (Capt.)     Hunter's  Feast.     (2  cop.) 

—  Osgeola. 

—  Tiger  hunters. 

—  White  chief. 

—  Wild  huntress.     (2  cop. ) 

—  Wild  life.     (2  cop.) 

—  Wood  rangers. 

Republicanism  in  America.     M'Clelian,  R.  G. 
Republic  of    Plato.      Davis,  J.   L.    and   Vaughn. 

D.J. 
Reynolds,  G.  W.     Count  Christoval. 

—  Lord  Saxondale. 

—  Rye-house  plot. 
Richelieu.     James,  G.  P.  R. 

Rieiesel,  Madame.  Letters  and  memoirs  relating  to 
the  war  of  American  independence. 

Ring  of  Amasis,  The.  Bulwer-Lytton,  R.  (Owen 
Meredith. ) 

Rising  faith,  The.     Bartol,  C.  A. 

Robinson,  Frederick  W.     Bridge  of  glass. 

—  For  her  sake. 

—  Girl's  romance,  A,  etc. 

—  Her  face  was  her  fortune. 

—  Little  Kate  Kirby. 

—  No  man's  friend. 
— ■  Poor  humanity. 

—  Second  cousin  Sarah. 

—  Stern  necessity. 

—  True  to  herself. 

Roderick  Hudson.     James,  H.,  Jr. 
Roe,  (Rev.)  E.  P.     Face  illumined. 

—  What  can  she  do  ? 

Romance      ("  Little,  Classics,"  vol  7.)     Johnson,    R. 

(Ed.) 
Ruby  Gray's  strategy.     Stephens,  Mrs.  A.  S. 
Ruider  Grange.     Stockton,  F.  R. 
Rye-house  plot.     Reynolds,  G.  W. 

s 

Scott,  Sir  W.     Legend  of  Montrose. 

Second  cousin  Sarah.     Robinson,  F.  W. 

Secret  of  success      Adams,  W.  H.  D. 

Severence,  Mark  Sibbley.  Hammersmith :  his  Har- 
vard days. 

SeWall,  Frank.      Angelo,  the   circus  boy. 

Shelley,  Percy  B.  Life  of.  Symonds,  J.  A.  lu 
English  men  of  letters     MORI.EY,  J.  (Ed.) 

Shipping  and  insurance.      PARKER,   T. 

Short  history  or  German  literature.      Hosmer,  J.  K. 

Signor  Monaldini's  niece.      ( No  name  series), 

Simmons,  !'•  !-•     Commercial  products  of  the  sea. 

Simon.  M.  Jules.  Government  of  Thiers,  from  8th 
February,  1 87 1  to  24th  May,  1 873- 


SIR. 


—  67- 


WASHINGTON. 


Sir  Gibbie.     MacDonald,  G. 

Six  little  rebels.     Woods,  Mrs.  K.  T. 

Smart,  Charles.     Driven  from  the  path. 

Smiles,  Samuel.    Robert  Dick,  geologist  and  botanist. 

Smith,  Julia  P.      Brazen  gates. 

Smith,  Mathew  Hale.     Successful  folks. 

Snarleyow.    M arrvatt,  F.  (Gapt.) 

Southworth,  Mrs.  E.  D.  E.  N.     Allworth  Abbey. 

—  Cruel  as  the  grave. 

—  Sybil  Brotherton. 

—  Tried  for  her  life. 

Spanish.— 

Bentham,  Jeremias.      Teoria  de  las  penas  y 
de  las  recompensas.     (4  vols.) 

De  Tornos,  A.     Combined  Spanish  method. 

Manzoni,  A.     Los  Novios.     (2  vols.) 

Nombela,  Julio.  Maldicion  de  una  madre,  La 

— ■  Pasion  de  una  reina,  La. 
Speeches,  lectures  and  letters.     PiriLLIPS,  W. 
Spart  and  work  on  the  Nepaul  frontier.     "  Maori." 
Statistics  of  coal.     Taylor,  R.  C. 
Stern  necessity.     Robinson,  F.  W. 
Stephens,  Mrs.  A.  S.     Ruby  Gray's  strategy. 
Stockton,  Frank  R.     Rudder  Grange. 
Stolen  waters.     Gardner,  C. 
Stori9S  from  an  old  Dutch  town.     Lowell,  R. 
Stories  from  the  history  of  Rome.     Beesley,  Mrs. 

Strathmore.    Rame,  l.  dela.  (Ouida.) 
Successful  folks.    Smith,  M.  H. 
Sunny-bank.    Holmes,  Mrs.  M.  J. 
Surly  Tim,  and  other  stories.   Burnett,  Mrs.  F.  H. 
Sutro  tunnel,  report  on,  1872. 
Sybil  Brotherton.     Southworth,  Mrs. 
Symonds,  John  Addington.       Percy  Bysshe  Shelley. 
(English  men  of  letters.)      Morley,  J.  {Ed.) 
Tales  from  Blackwood.     (12  vols.) 

Contents: 

A  rl venture*  In  the  north-west  territory,    rol.  9, 
Adventures  in  Texas.    Sealsfleld,  C.    vol.  6. 
Antonio  di  Carara.     vol,  10. 
Ben-na-Oroieh.    vol,  7, 
Beauty-draught,  The.    vol.  9. 

Bob  Burke's  duel  with  Ensign  Brady.    Maglnn,  W.    vol  3, 
Boxes,  The.    vol  8. 

Captain  Paton's  lament.    (Poem)    Lockhart,  J.  0,     vol.5. 
Christine,    Arbouville,  Countess  d'.    vol,  8, 
College  theatricals,    vol.  1, 
Colonna,  the  painter,    vol,  1. 
Devereux  hall.    Southey,  Mrs,  C  A.  B.    rol,  2. 
Di  Vaaari ;  a  t  lie  of  Florence,    vol.  8, 
Duelists,  The,     vol.  10. 
Duke's  dlemma,  The,    vol,  4. 
Emerald  studs.    (Prof.  Aytoun.)    vol,  6. 
Enchanter  Paustus,  aa.l  Queen  Elisabeth,  The,   vol.  1, 
Fatal  repast,  The.     vol.  10, 
Puttier  Tom  and  the  pope,    vol,  3, 
First  aud  last  kiss.    M iulfi.nl,  W.    vol.  4. 
Floating  beacon,  The,    vol.  1, 
Florida  pirate,  The,    vol.  8, 
Forest-race  romance,    vol.  8, 
Harry  Bolton's  curacy,    vol.  9. 
Haunted  and  the  haunters,    vol.  10. 
Headsman,  The.    vol,  S. 

How  I  became  a  yeoman.    Aytoun,  W.  E.     vol.  1. 
How  I  stood  for  the  Deepdaily  Burgh*.     Aytoun.  W.  E.    vol.  4. 
How  we  got  possession  of  the  Tuilleries.    Aytoun,  W.  E.    vol.  5. 
How  we  got  upthe  Glenmutcbkiu  railway.    Aytoun,  W,  E.    vol.1. 
Iron  shroud.  The.     Muudford.  W.     vol.1. 
Laxarca legacy.     Harnley,  E.  B.    vol.2. 
Legend  of  Gibraltar.  A.     Harnley,  E.  B.    vol.1. 
Magic  lay  of  the  ono  horse  chay.    iPoem)    Hughes.  J.    rol.  4. 
Man  in  the  bell,  The.    vol,  0. 
Metempsychosis.  The.    Macnish,  R.    vol.  2. 
Murderer's  last  uight,  The.     vol,  7. 
My  college  friends     Russell,  C.    rol.  4. 
My  college  friends.    (No. 2.)     Leicester,  H.    vol.8. 
My  college  friends.    (No.  3.)    Hurst,  W.  W.     vol.  6, 
My  English  acquaintance.    Hardman,  P.    vol.  7. 
My  friend,  the  Dutchman.     Hardman,  F,     vol.  6, 
Napoleon.    (Poem.)    Lockhart,  J,  O.    vol.1. 

Narration  of  certain  uncommon  things  that  did  formerly  hsDMB  to  me 
Willis,  H      vol,  7.  j       pp.    w»  »••. 

Old  gentleman's  teetotum,  The.    vol.  4. 
Pandour  aud  his  princess,  The.    vol.  9. 
Petite  Madelaine.  La.    Sou  they,  Mrs.  C.  A,  B.    vol.1. 
Heading  party  In  the  long  vacation,  A.    vol.  3. 
Roaaura;  a  tale  of  Madrid,     vol .  » . 
Slarlsmund  Fatello.    vol.8. 

Singular  letter  from  Southern  Africa,  A.    Mitchell,  W.    vol.8. 
Smuggler's  leap.     Hardman,  F.     vol.  10. 
Story  without  a  tail,  A.    Maginn,  W.    vol.2. 
Surveyor's  tale.     Aytoun,  W.  E.    vol.8. 
Vanderdeelceu's  message  home.    rol.  1. 
Village  doctor.  The.     Arbouvllle,  Countess  d."     rol,  6. 
Vision  of  Cagliostro.     Keut,  W,  C,    rol,  10, 
Wags,  The.     vol,  7, 
Wearyful  woman.     Oalt,  J.     rol.  3, 
Wet  wooing,  The.    A  narrative  of  '98.    rol,  7. 
"  Woe  to  us  whan  we  lose  the  watery  wall."    (Poem.)     rol.  4, 


TautphoeUS,  L  M.  von.  (Baroness.)     Quits. 

Taylor,  R-  C.  Statistics  of  coal ;  including  mineral 
bituminous  substances  employed  in  the  arts 
and  manufactures ,  with  their  geographical, 
geological  and  commercial  distribution,  and 
amount  of  production  and  consumption  on  the 
American  continent ;  with  incidental  statistics 
of  the  iron  manufacture. 

Tempest-tossed.    Tilton,  t. 

TerhUne,  Mrs.  M.  V.  H.  (Marian  Harland). 

—  From  my  youth  up. 

—  Helen  Gardner. 

—  Husbands  and  homes. 

—  Miriam. 

—  Moss-side. 

—  My  little  love. 

—  Phemie's  temptation. 

—  Sunny-bank. 

Thackeray,  Miss  A.  I.     Miss  Angel. 

Thiers,  L.  A.  (M.)     Government  <.f.     Simon,  Jules. 

Thomas,  Annie,  (pseud.)     See  Cudlip,  Mrs.  P. 

Thomes,  W.  H.     Life  in  the  East  Indies. 

Thompson,  J.  P.  Church  and  state  in  the  United 
States,  with  an  appendix  on  the  German  pop- 
ulation. 

Thorps-Begis.    ( By  the  author  of  the  "Rose  garden") 

Thrown  on  the  world.     Clay,  B.  M. 

Thwing,  C.  F.     American  colleges. 

Tiger-hunters.    Reid,  (Capt.)  Mayne. 

Tilton,  Theodore.     Tempest-tossed. 

Toilers  of  the  sea.     Hugo,  V. 

Tom  Brown's  school  days.     Hughes,  T.     (2  cop.) 

Towle,  George  M.      Adventures  and  conquests  of  Pi- 

zarro. 
Trafton,  Adeline.     Katherine  Earle. 
Tragedy.     ("Little  Classics,"  vol.  3.)    Johnson,  R. 

(Ed.) 
Tricotrin.     Rame,  L.  de  la.   (Ouida.) 
Tried  for  her  life.      (Sequel  to  "Cruel  as  the  grave.") 

Southworth,  Mrs.  E.  D.  E.  N. 
Tropical  nature.     Wallace,  A.  R. 
True  to  herself.     Robinson,  F.  W. 
Twain,  Mark,  (pseud.)    See  Clemens,  S.  L. 
Twenty  years  ago.     Craik,  D.  (M.)  M. 
Twice  lost.     Kingston,  W.  H.  G. 


u 

Under  the  lilacs.     Alcott,  L.  M. 

United  States  consul's  manual. 

Uztariz.  G.     Maritime  affairs.     (2  vols. ) 


Vasari,  Giorgio.  Lives  of  the  most  eminent  painters, 
sculptors  and  architects.  Translated  from  the 
Italian,  by  Mrs.  J.  Foster.     (5  vols.) 

Verne.  Jules.     Five  weeks  in  a  balloon. 

—  Journey  to  the  centre  of  the  earth. 

Victor  Norman.     Denison,  M.  A. 

Vignettes  of  American  history.     Howitt,  M. 

Volckhausen,  Ad.  von.  Why  did  he  not  die.  (Tr. 
by  Mrs.  A.  L.  Wister.) 

w 

Wallace,  A.  R.     Tropical  nature. 

Walpole,  Horace.     Life  of.     Macaulay,  T.  B. 

Walter  Loring.     Cudlip,  Mrs.  P.  (Annie  Thomas.) 

Warfield,  Mrs.  C.  A.     Double  wedding. 

Warner,  Susan.  (Elizabeth  Wetherell)      Wych-Hazel 

Washington,  George.       Reprint  of  original  letters  to 

Joseph  Reed,  during  the  American  revolution. 

Reed,  W. 


WETHERELL. 


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YOUNG. 


Wetherell,  JoBe.    Wings. 

Wellington,  Arthur  Wellesley.   (Duke  of.)      Events 

and  transactions  in  India. 
What  answer?    Dickinson,  Anna. 
What  can  she  do  ?     Roe,  {Rev. )  E.  P. 
What  Katy  did.     Woolsey,  S.  P.  (Susan  Coolidge.) 
What  Katy  did  at  school.     (Same.) 
Which  shall  it  be?    Alexander,  Mrs. 
White  chief.     Reid,  Mayne. 
White  phantom.     Braddon,  M.  E. 
Whitney,  Mrs.  A.  D.  T.     Other  girls,  The. 
Why  did  he  not  die?   Volckhausen,  Ad.  von.   TV. 

by  Mrs.  A.  L.  Wister. 
Wildlife.     Reid,  Mayne.  (Capt.) 
Wild  life  in  a  southern  country. 
Wild  huntress.     Reid,  Mayne.   (Capt.) 
Wilfred  Cumbermede.      (2  cop.)      Macdonald,  G. 
Wilson,  Mrs  A.  J.  (Augusta  Evans. )  Beulah.   (2  cop. ) 
—  Macaria. 
Wings.     Wetherell,  Julie. 


Wit  and  humor.     Brown,  M. 

With  fate  against  him.     Douglas,  A.  M. 

Wood  rangers.     Reid,  Mayne. 

Woods,  Mis.  Kate  Tannant.     Six  little  rebels. 

Woolsey,  Mrs.  S.  C.   (Susan  Coolidge,)      What  Katy 

did. 
—  What  Katy  did  at  school. 
Woolsey,  Theodore  D.      Political  science. 
Wordsworth,  William.      Poetical  works. 
Woven  of  many  threads. 
Wych-Hazel,     Warner,  Susan. 


Young,  Edward.  Labor  in  Europe  and  America.  A 
special  report  on  the  rates  of  wages,  the  cost  of 
subsistence,  and  the  condition  of  the  working 
classes  in  Great  Britain,  France,  Belgium,  and 
other  countries  of  Europe ;  also  in  the  United 
States  of  North  America. 


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